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Hear Iceage’s Eerie New Song ‘Broken Hours’

Track follows recently issued fourth LP, ‘Beyondless’

Iceage conjure an unsettling art-punk atmosphere with their new song “Broken Hours.” Frontman Elias Bender Rønnenfelt observes “dying figures” in a jagged croon over the band’s stormy guitar riffs, chiming harmonics and rattling ride cymbals. 

“Broken Hours” is the Danish quartet’s second single in recent months, following the raucous “Balm of Gilead,” which appears exclusively on a split seven-inch vinyl featuring the Black Lips on the flip-side. The two bands recently wrapped a joint North American tour; Iceage will headline a stand-alone show on Tuesday, November 27th in Brooklyn, New York, and they’ll launch a run of international dates on Wednesday, December 5th in Berlin, Germany.

“Broken Hours” and “Balm of Gilead” follow the band’s May-issued fourth LP, Beyondless, which includes “Catch It,” “Take It All” and the Sky Ferreira-assisted “Pain Killer.” They promoted the record with videos for “Under the Sun” and “The Day the Music Dies.” the latter staged at a Masonic temple.

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