Iceage present a final single, ‘The Day The Music Dies’ ahead of their new album, Beyondless, released on Friday 4 May. Watch the accompanying video below!
Shot throughout Detroit at the historic bathhouse, The Schvitz, at the city’s legendary Masonic Temple, and the MUG warehouse space, ‘The Day The Music Dies’ video was directed by the band and Graeme Flegenheimer, and, as Flegenheimer describes it, is “a love letter between friends and a city.”
Produced by Nis Bysted with the band – Elias Bender Rønnenfelt (vocals, lyrics), Jakob Tvilling Pless (bass), Dan Kjær Nielsen (drums), and Johan Wieth (guitar) – and recorded all-analog by Mattias Glavå at Kungsten Studios in Göteborg, Sweden.
Beyondless was played entirely by Iceage with additional performances by Nils Gröndhal (violin), horns by Kasper Tranberg (trumpet), Lars Greve (saxophones) and Morten Jessen (trombone).
Stream / purchase ‘The Day The Music Dies’ here.