It's been a productive year for Iceage; after releasing their strongest album to date, Beyondless, and releasing the tour single 'Balm of Gilead' just a few weeks ago, they've now presented us with yet more fresh material in the form of new single 'Broken Hours'.

The new track finds Iceage at both their most jangly and most dramatic, the guitars swaggering and flexing with sparkling glee. Elias Bender Rønnenfelt laps up the spotlight, embodying one of his classic melodramatically distraught protagonists; "At times it's a struggle to forget/ At others, it spills right out of my head." 'Broken Hours' moves on through "antics so grotesque and alive" with irritation and single-mindedness, before collapsing into a broken down whirlwind finale.

Iceage will soon be arriving in Europe, check out their full dates below:

Wed. Dec. 5 - Berlin, DE @ Bi Nuu
Thu. Dec. 6 - Kortrijk, BE @ De Kreun
Fri. Dec. 7 - London, UK @ Hackney Arts Centre ∞
Wed. Jan. 30 - Ljubliana, Slovenia @ Ment Festival
Fri. Mar. 01 - Copenhagen, Denmark @ Store Vega

∞ = with Astrid Sonne, Helm and Warmduscher