There’s now a video for Iceage’s new track ‘The Day The Music Dies’

It's set in Detroit, rock city.
Earlier today (18th April), we were treated to a new track from Danish delights Iceage. Now, we’ve got a lovely new video for it too.

The final track to arrive before the release of the quartet’s new album ‘Beyondless’, the clip for ‘The Day The Music Dies’ is shot in Detroit and is directed by the band and Graeme Flegenheimer, who describes it as “a love letter between friends and a city”.

A pleasingly bone shaking jangle, you can read more from Iceage in the latest edition of our print mag, on streets now. Order a copy direct to your door right here.

Check out the video for ‘The Day The Music Dies’ below.

Iceage recently announced a batch of UK and European shows for autumn.

The Copenhagen band will play Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Cardiff, Manchester and Brighton from 3rd September. They’ve also a show coming up at London’s Scala this May.

Catch them at:


08 LONDON Scala


03 BIRMINGHAM Hare And Hounds

04 LEEDS Brudenell Social Club

06 GLASGOW Great Eastern

07 DUBLIN Workmans Club

08 CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach



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