Despite the less than expected sales posted by Garbage's recent release, "Version 2.0," the band is apparently prepared to dig in for the long haul to help promote the album via additional singles, videos and touring.

Even though Garbage just last month premiered the high-tech, aerial dogfighting video for its new single, "Special," director Sophie Mueller is already wrapping up work on the clip for "When I Grow Up," the planned fourth single from the band's sophomore record.

Unlike the FX-laden vids for such previous singles as "Special" and "Push It," "When I Grow Up" is said to focus more on Garbage's performance side, and incorporates live footage of the band shot in Indianapolis, Indiana, St. Louis, Missouri, and Madison, Wisconsin during last year's tour.

As we previously reported (see "Alanis Morissette Announces U.S. Tour Dates, Taps Garbage, Liz Phair To Open"), Garbage will also make a play to the masses when it takes over the opening slot on Morissette's highly-anticipated tour in mid-February.

No word on when Garbage plans to issue the video for "When I Grow Up" here in the states, but like "Special," the new clip will probably premiere in the U.K. and Europe a few weeks prior to making its U.S. debut.