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Hear Iceage’s Dark New Song ‘Take It All’

Nils Gröndahl contributes violin to track from Copenhagen quartet’s fourth LP, ‘Beyondless’

Iceage released new song, “Take It All,” from their upcoming fourth LP, Beyondless. The Copenhagen rock band layer marching snare rolls with spacey guitar textures and violin from guest player Nils Gröndahl.

“Take It All” is the third song Iceage have released from Beyondless, following “Catch It” and Sky Ferreira collaboration “Pain Killer.” The band co-produced the record with previous collaborator Nis Bysted and recorded in full analog with Mattias Glavå at Kungsten Studios in Göteborg, Sweden. In addition to Gröndhal, the album features guest spots from Kasper Tranberg (trumpet), Lars Greve (saxophone) and Morten Jessen (trombone).

The band will launch a tour on March 22nd with a series of live residencies in Brooklyn, Los Angeles and Japan. The “Opening Nights” shows will include personally curated visual art. The quartet gave each artist a plain, white vinyl cover, the lyrics to Beyondless, the audio to “Catch It” and “Pain Killer” and a maximum of one week; the contributors produced work on a range of mediums, including laser-cut covers, paintings, drawings and a lyric book.

Following the residencies, Iceage will kick off a traditional North American tour on May 10th in Seattle. 

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