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Iceage have a Love-ly new album

By | Published on Friday 5 September 2014


Unclassifiable Danish band Iceage have fired off a batch of info on their latest LP, starting with its title, ‘Plowing Into The Field Of Love’.

A composite of – states the press release – “euphoria” and “a sense of desperation and loss”, the long player finds vocalist Elias Bender Rønnenfelt “singing of what it is like to be out in the world, dizzy with its offerings, perched on a plateau of false confidence, bliss, fantasy and delirious self-denial”.

When ‘Plowing’ um… ploughs in via Matador on 6 Oct, it’ll bring with it divisive lead track ‘The Lord’s Favourite’, plus the following tracklisting and new single ‘Forever’.

On My Fingers
The Lord’s Favourite
How Many
Glassy Eyed, Dormant & Veiled
Let It Vanish
Abundant Living
Cimmerian Shade
Against The Moon
Plowing Into The Field of Love

Look at and listen to ‘Forever’ in a bit, and/or see it transcribed to a live kind of setting at Iceage’s only forthcoming UK date, a recently-confirmed show at London’s 100 Club on 2 Dec.