Iceage present new song, ‘Catch It’, their first new material since 2014’s critically acclaimed Plowing Into The Field of Love. Produced by the band – Elias Bender Rønnenfelt (vocals, lyrics), Jakob Tvilling Pless (bass), Dan Kjær Nielse (drums), and Johan Wieth (guitar) – and Nis Bysted, ‘Catch It’was recorded all-analog by Mattias Glavå at Kungsten Studios in Göteborg, Sweden.
Iceage are being generous and legendary good blokes and allowing listeners to stream their new album ‘Plowing Into The Field Of Love’ ahead of its New Zealand release this Friday via Matador Records / Rhythmethod
Stream it below & Pre order the album on iTunes here
Danish quartet Iceage have premiered a new tracks ‘Glassy Eyed, Dormant and Veiled’ , following on from ‘How Many’ from the new album Plowing into the Field of Love, out October 3rd on Matador Records.
Noted British music journalist and radio DJ, Mary Anne Hobbs, premiered the new track on her BBC 6music calling ‘Glassy Eyed, Dormant and Veiled’ “spectacular”. The new tracks follow the previously released videos for ‘The Lord’s Favorite’ and ‘Forever’, both of which were named Best New Track by Pitchfork.
The new Iceage album Plowing into the Field of Love is released on October 3rd on Matador Records via Rhythmethod Distribution in NZ.
PLOWING INTO THE FIELD OF LOVE TRACKLISTING:
01. On My Fingers
02. The Lord’s Favorite
03. How Many
04. Glassy Eyed, Dormant and Veiled
06. Let It Vanish
07. Abundant Living
09. Cimmerian Shade
10. Against The Moon
12. Plowing into the Field of Love
Earlier this year Iceage visited New York to play two shows and help present the ‘Thrown Together‘ gallery event, an art exhibition featuring some artworks from their friends local and global. Los Angeles-based artist/photographer/director/label boss Cali Thornhill Dewitt came along for the ride and produced a striking short film tracking the band’s activities that weekend in the city & shots of the visuals on display, set to live audio of “Morals” from ‘You’re Nothing‘
‘You’re Nothing’ is out now via Matador/ Rhythmethod