Iceage announce new album, Beyondless

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Iceage new album 2018

Iceage have announced a new album. On May 4, the Danish post-punk band will release Beyondless via Matador. The album’s announcement follows the release of their recent single “Catch It,” and today they’ve shared another new single, “Pain Killer,” which features Sky Ferreira. Listen to the new track below.

The album announcement was accompanied by an essay written by punk legend Richard Hell. “I can totally imagine myself as a kid lying in my closed-door room in the dark, listening to this band and getting what I need, the way a band can make a person feel seen and bring confidence, sometimes even represent an ideal,” he writes. “Or maybe I’m already all defiant and self-certain, and I identify with Iceage because they are too, and they’re who I want to represent me in music.” Read the full essay here, and take a look at the band’s upcoming tour dates below, include some newly announced residencies in Kyoto/Tokyo, New York and Los Angeles.

Beyondless follows 2014’s Plowing Into the Field of Love.

Iceage new album Beyondless

Iceage Beyondless tracklist:

1. Hurrah
2. Pain Killer
3. Under the sun
4. The day the music dies
5. Plead the fifth
6. Catch it
7. Thieves like us
8. Take it all
9. Showtime
10. Beyondless

Iceage tour dates:

3/22 – Brooklyn, NY – Kinfolk – NYC residency
3/23 – Brooklyn, NY – Kinfolk – NYC residency
3/24 – Brooklyn, NY – Babycastles – NYC residency
3/25 – Brooklyn, NY – Secret Project Robot – NYC residency
3/29 – Los Angeles, CA – Gold Diggers Bar – LA residency
3/30 – Los Angeles, CA – Gold Diggers Bar – LA residency
3/31 – Los Angeles, CA – Gold Diggers Bar – LA residency
4/1 – Los Angeles, CA – Gold Diggers Bar – LA residency
4/3 – Kyoto, JP – Metro – Kyoto/Tokyo residency
4/6 – Tokyo, JP – Duo – Kyoto/Tokyo residency
4/8 – Tokyo, JP – Vacant – Kyoto/Tokyo residency
5/2 – Copenhagen, DE – Hotel Cecil
5/4 – Berlin, DE – Private Club
5/5 – Amsterdam, NE – Bitterzoet
5/7 – Paris, FR – Petit Bain
5/8 – London, UK – Scala
5/10 – Seattle, WA – Nordic Museum
5/16 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
5/17 – Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church
5/18 – Washington, DC – Union Stage
5/19 – Richmond, VA – The Camel
5/20 – Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
5/21 – Nashville, TN – Mercy Lounge
5/22 – Atlanta, GA – The Earl
5/23 – Birmingham, AL – Saturn
5/24 – New Orleans, LA – Santos
5/25 – Houston, TX – Rockefeller’s
5/26 – Dallas, TX – Club Dada
5/27 – Austin, TX – Barracuda
6/5 – San Diego, CA – The Casbah (M)
6/6 – Los Angeles, CA – The Regent Theater (M)
6/7 – Felton, CA – Don Quixote’s International Music Hall (M)
6/8 – San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall (M)
6/9 – Sonoma, CA – Huichica Music Festival (M)
6/11 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios (M)
6/12 – Vancouver, BC – The Astoria (M)
6/14 – Spokane, WA – The Bartlett (M)
6/15 – Bozeman, MT – The Rialto (M)
6/16 – Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court (M)
6/17 – Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater (M)
6/18 – Omaha, NE – Waiting Room (M)
6/19 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th St Entry (M)
6/20 – Milwaukee, WI – Cactus Club (M)
6/22 – Detroit, MI – El Club (M)
6/23 – Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace (M)
6/24 – Ottawa, ON – The 27 Club (M)
6/25 – Montreal, QC – La Sala Rossa (M)
6/26 – Portsmouth, NH – 3S Artspace (M)
6/27 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair (M)
6/28 – New York, NY – Market Hotel (M)

(M) = with Mary Lattimore

Iceage’s Plowing Into the Field of Love is featured on our list of 10 Essential 21st Century Post-Punk Albums.

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