Iceage is a young punk band from Denmark, and a couple years ago none other than Iggy Pop expressed his appreciation for the band calling them “the only current punk band I can think of that sounds really dangerous.”
Their recently-released third album – Plowing Into The Field Of Love – represents a departure from their prior recordings: offering longer songs, more dynamic range and varied instrumentation. Some people have likened lead singer Elias Bender Rønnenfelt’s voice to Nick Cave… I guess I just did too.
Here’s a couple of my favorite tracks from this release:
If you miss them at High Noon, they will also playing the Pitchfork Music Festival in July. But don’t do that. It’s a much longer drive home.