In the time since Danish band Iceage put out their critically acclaimed third album Plowing Into The Field Of Love in 2014, their leader Elias Bender Rønnenfelt has put out plenty of music with his other project Marching Church, which it seems has kept his claws sharp, as he is on fire as he and his band return with the gilt-edged new single 'Catch It'. In the new track, Rønnenfelt is as poignant, poetic and pissed off as ever, and with the band's new expanded sound it hits with an heavier force than ever.

"Time moves forward quickly / Moves in twenty-four-hour segments / Racing for the soul to grab chokehold” Rønnenfelt spits in the verses, before pleading and wailing in his trademark manner "come make it reeeeeal" in the song's chorus. This desperation is augmented by a muscular desert rock sound with the usual Iceage rock bravado, but with additional bells, strings and saxophone thrown in. The song takes a turn for the more disorderly towards the end, allowing the band to show off their musical chops while maintaining their ramshackle style.

'Catch It' comes accompanied by a perfectly grainy and cinematic video, shot on 8mm by Adam Hashemi. Watch and listen below, and look for details of Iceage's new tour dates beneath.

There's no news just yet about a new Iceage album, but it seems pretty safe to assume that news on that front will be coming soon. The band will be touring in their new expanded form (featuring violinist and saxophonist) in May and June at the following dates:

European:
Wed. May 2 – Copenhagen, DE @ Hotel Cecil
Fri. May 4 – Berlin, DE @ Private Club
Sat. May 5 – Amsterdam, NE @ Bitterzoet
Sun. May 6 – Brussels, BE @ Botanique
Mon. May 7 – Paris, FR @ Petit Bain
Tue. May 8 – London, UK @ Scala

US:
Thu. May 10 - Seattle, WA @ Nordic Museum
Wed. May 16 - New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom
Thu. May 17 - Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church
Fri. May 18 - Washington, DC @ Union Stage
Sat. May 19 - Richmond, VA @ The Camel
Sun. May 20 - Carrboro, NC @ Cat's Cradle
Mon. May 21 - Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge
Tue. May 22 - Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
Wed. May 23 - Birmingham, AL @ Saturn
Thu. May 24 - New Orleans, LA @ Santos
Sat. May 26 - Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
Sun. May 27 - Austin, TX @ Barracuda
Tue. June 5 - San Diego, CA @ The Casbah *
Wed. June 6 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent Theater *
Thu. June 7 – Felton, CA @ Don Quixote’s International Music Hall *
Fri. June 8 - San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall *
Sat. June 9 - Sonoma, CA @ Huichica Music Festival *
Mon. June 11 - Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios *
Tue. June 12 - Vancouver, BC @ Cobalt *
Thu. June 14 - Spokane, WA @ The Bartlett *
Fri. June 15 - Bozeman, MT @ The Rialto *
Sat. June 16 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court *
Sun. June 17 - Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater *
Mon. June 18 - Omaha, NE @ Waiting Room *
Tue. June 19 - Minneapolis, MN @ 7th St Entry *
Wed June 20 - Milwaukee, WI @ Cactus Club *
Fri. June 22 - Detroit, MI @ El Club *
Sat. June 23 - Toronto, ON @ Lee's Palace *
Sun. June 24 - Ottawa, ON @ The 27 Club *
Mon. June 25 - Montreal, QC @ La Sala Rossa *
Tue. June 26 - Portsmouth, NH @ 3S Artspace *
Wed. June 27 - Boston, MA @ The Sinclair *
The. June. 28 – New York, NY @ Market Hotel *

* = with Mary Lattimore