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Garbus studied at Smith, the highly selective all-women's college in Massachussetts. It was a revelation after high school, "where girls were generally into having eating disorders and looking pretty and having sex. I still feel this kind of embitteredness about the fact that a lot of the men I work with haven't had such paralysing experiences growing up."

Her college experience included a semester in Kenya, where she lived among Muslim women and explored the country's music. She emerged with the political conviction that "the white western world was oppressing the rest of the world. And that sucked. And because I was part of the white western world I didn't deserve to live."

That's a lot of liberal guilt...

"Exactly. White-person guilt. That was supposed to be the name of my first album, and then someone was like, 'please don't call your album White Guilt'. And now I sort of wish I had." [Guardian]

Like she did on Monday, tUnE-yArDs headlined a sold out show at Le Poisson Rouge in NYC on Tuesday night (9/20). Prussia opened this one. Here are some pictures.

More tour dates HERE. More pictures below...

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