Iceage have announced a run of European shows for Spring 2018. Culminating at Scala in London on May 8th, other stops include Berlin, Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris.
Iceage’s critically acclaimed third album Plowing The Fields Of Love saw the bold expansion of their sound and growth of their darkly evocative lyrical vision, described by Pitchfork as “beautiful and ugly at the same time… Iceage have found their own unstable sense of peace” (‘Best New Music’).
The select run of dates presents the opportunity to witness one of the most visceral and exciting groups around in their continuing and ever-compelling evolution.
Pardans is a sextet punk outfit hailing from Copenhagen. Their sound is a mix of intense orchestral no-rock, including tenor saxophone and viola. A piercing guitar moans in twisted ecstasy as pounding drums and a roaring bass drive the audience into an involuntary frenzy, whilst frontman Gustav Berntsen pours his adolescent heart out, losing himself in the pulsating madness. Leaving the audience gasping for air and drenched in sweat.