Since July, Iceage has been steadily rolling out tracks from its aesthetic-rupturing new full-length, Plowing Into the Field of Love. Interestingly, the complete lyrics to each new song have consistently been included in the YouTube video descriptions, a welcome reminder to pay close attention to the band's slurred poetry. On "Glassy Eyed, Dormant And Veiled,"—the record's newest, BBC-premiered single—vocalist Elias Rønnenfelt howls lines like Don’t think I did not hear you coming home last night/ I am an absent father over jarringly arranged instruments: clobbering drums, distant horns, aggressively strummed acoustic guitars. Listening, it's clear the Danish four-piece has been busy experimenting with imagery and perspective, not just genre. Plowing Into the Field of Love is out October 7th on Matador; you can hear the first, second and third singles now.
Iceage Shares “Glassy Eyed, Dormant and Veiled,” the Fourth Single from New LP
Hear the latest jarringly arranged rock song from the Danish four-piece.
September 22, 2014