Iceage finally returns to Danish soil with concerts marking the end of the decade, where they have established themselves as one of the strongest live names on the globe. It will be the last opportunity to see the band live before they’ll be going to the studio to work on a new album. The concerts will also be the culmination of an intense tour in which the band, with their latest album “Beyondless” in the baggage, have played 200+ concerts over the last two years. The band has traveled extensively, sending them across multiple continents, which, among other things, in the summer of 2019, brought them to as diverse venues as the legendary Coachella festival in California and to a concert at the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea.
The album “Beyondless” reaped praise worldwide in acclaimed publications such as Rolling Stone, The Guardian and Pitchfork – the latter included “Beyondless” on their prestigious list of the top 200 albums of the 2010s