Garbage is a project founded by producers Butch Vig, Duke Erikson and Steve Marker, who started to work together in 1993, while Shirley Manson joined them in 1994 after finishing the tour with her former band. Butch Vig already worked with the world's biggest bands, being best known as the producer of the legendary Nirvana masterpiece album Nevermind, as well as producing critically acclaimed albums for Sonic Youth and Smashing Pumpkins. In 2012, Vig was shortlisted by NME magazine as one of the top 10 best producers in the world. In 1995, Garbage started releasing singles from their first album, and the songs "Stupid Girl" and "Only Happy When It Rains" won over charts worldwide and secured their first top-ranked album on the charts. Their second album, Version 2.0, reclaimed their position on the charts, and followed to earn the band two Grammy Award nominations. Garbage also worked on the soundtrack for the 19th James Bond movie and released the title’s theme song "The World Is Not Enough", which achieved great worldwide success and was one of the best-selling songs of 1999. Their third album, Beautiful Garbage, was released in 2001 and after the release of the album Bleed Like Me in 2005, the band announced they were going on hiatus, which was briefly interrupted in 2007 when they recorded several new songs for the retrospective album Absolute Garbage. They officially reunited in 2011 and released Not Your Kind of People a year later, while Strange Little Birds followed in 2016. Garbage announced that they will be releasing their seventh studio album this year, which we will have the opportunity to hear live at Zagreb's lake Jarun this summer!