Iceage shares new song and announce tour
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A new Iceage is coming, and that’s not a bad thing.

Iceage (the band) brings a refreshing cold atmosphere to the hot world of punk rock. Comprised of the quintet of Elias Bender Ronnenfelt (vocals, lyrics), Jakob Tvilling Pless (bass), Dan Kjaer Nielsen (drums), and Johan Wieth (guitar), Iceage began their icy climb up punk rock’s ladder in Copenhagen in 2008.

Three years later, the band was signed to Dais Records and released their debut, New Brigade, to a hungry rock public in Europe in winter 2011. By the summer, the LP saw a U.S. release, and all of a sudden, rock fans were taking up an interest in this young punk band.

Their second LP, You’re Nothing, dropped in 2013 and it was a critical success across the board, further cementing that Iceage was here to stay for a while. Recently, Iceage has released their latest single, the catchy, melancholy “Catch It,” and as a bonus, the band will be hitting the road for an extensive tour, starting on May 2 in their hometown of Copenhagen and ending in the greatest city in the world, New York City, in June.

Here is their itinerary, complete with info on how you can land tickets to witness the coming of the second Iceage.

May 2 -- Copenhagen, DE -- Hotel Cecil
May 4 -- Berlin, DE -- Private Club
May 5 -- Amsterdam, NE -- Bitterzoet
May 7 -- Paris, FR -- Petit Bain
May 8 -- London, UK -- Scala
May 10 -- Seattle, WA -- Nordic Museum
May 16 -- New York, NY -- Bowery Ballroom
May 17 -- Philadelphia, PA -- First Unitarian Church
May 18 -- Washington, DC -- Union Stage
May 19 -- Richmond, VA -- The Camel
May 20 -- Carrboro, NC -- Cat’s Cradle
May 21 -- Nashville, TN -- Mercy Lounge
May 22 -- Atlanta, GA -- The Earl
May 23 -- Birmingham, AL -- Saturn
May 24 -- New Orleans, LA -- Santos
May 25 -- Houston, TX -- Rockefeller's
May 26 -- Dallas, TX -- Club Dada
May 27 -- Austin, TX -- Barracuda
June 5 -- San Diego, CA -- The Casbah*
June 6 -- Los Angeles, CA -- The Regent Theater*
June 7 -- Felton, CA  -- Don Quixote’s International Music Hall*
June 8 -- San Francisco, CA -- Great American Music Hall* (Click here for tickets)
June 9 -- Sonoma, CA -- Huichica Music Festival*
June 11 -- Portland, OR -- Mississippi Studios*
June 13 -- Vancouver, BC -- The Astoria*
June 14 -- Spokane, WA -- The Bartlett*
June 15 -- Bozeman, MT -- The Rialto*
June 16 -- Salt Lake City, UT -- Kilby Court*
June 17 -- Denver, CO -- Bluebird Theater* (Click here for tickets)
June 18 -- Omaha, NE -- Waiting Room*
June 19 -- Minneapolis, MN -- 7th St Entry*
June 20 -- Milwaukee, WI -- Cactus Club*
June 22 -- Detroit, MI -- El Club*
June 23 -- Toronto, ON -- Lee’s Palace*
June 24 -- Ottawa, ON -- The 27 Club*
June 25 -- Montreal, QC -- La Sala Rossa*
June 26 -- Portsmouth, NH -- 3S Artspace*
June 27 -- Boston, MA -- The Sinclair * (Click here for tickets)
June 28 -- New York, NY -- Market Hotel*

*= with Mary Lattimore