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Iceage Return With New Song Catch It

Monday, 12 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Steve Gullick

Iceage have returned with a new track.

Catch It is the band's first new material since 2014's 'Plowing Into The Field of Love'. It was produced by them and recorded using only analog methods by Mattias Glavå at Kungsten Studios in Göteborg, Sweden.

The song’s accompanying video, meanwhile, was directed by Adam Hashemi and shot on 8mm film in Los Angeles. Check it out below.

The four-piece have announced a North American and European tour, with the latter including a London show at the Scala on May 8. Tickets are on sale now, priced at £13.50 plus fees.

Iceage Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue May 08 2018 - LONDON Scala

Click here to compare & buy Iceage Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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