Dutch Uncles have been announced as the support act for Garbage's hugely ancitipated '20 Years Queer' tour. Full dates and ticket details are below.
As previously reported, Garbage have announced a tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their self titled debut album and have now revealed who will be joining them on their European jaunt.
Posting about the news on Facebook, Garbage revealed: "Loving this video from Dutch Uncles. We're all excited to announce that they'll be opening up all of our European #20YearsQueer shows. (except Moscow)."
Watch Dutch Uncles' video for 'Flexxin' below
Dutch Uncles recently released O Shudder, their fourth album in February. A career highlight, it tackled everything from social media to terrible job interviews - but never forgot to include some massive choruses in the process.
Garbage were one of the most successful rock acts of the nineties - with Garbage selling over four million copies and going double platinum in the UK, US, Australia and Canada. The album, famed for it's bright pink feather artwork, spawned a string of hits including 'I'm Only Happy When It Rains', 'Stupid Girl' and 'Queer'.
Shirley Manson, Butch Vig and co. will so far play one date in Paris and one in London with more dates looking set to be announced. For tickets and more information, visit here.
Garbage will play:
31 October, Palladium, Koln
2 November, Store Vega, Copenhagen
5 November, Forest National, Brussels
7 November, Zenith, La Villette - Paris
8 November, O2 Academy, Brixton - London
9 November, O2 Academy, Brixton - London