Iceage "Glassy Eyed, Dormant and Veiled"

Iceage "Glassy Eyed, Dormant and Veiled"
Though we'll have to wait a couple weeks to find out for sure, Iceage are revealing themselves to be a much different beast on their new Plowing Into the Field of Love LP. The Copenhagen crew's latest ornate offering is the brassy but bleary "Glassy Eyed, Dormant and Veiled."

There's drama to the cut, queued up via rolling hills of percussion, weeping neo-folk strums and Elias Bender R√łnnenfelt's signature off-the-rails singing. Identity frustration is apparently an issue covered, with a tense chorus suggesting the main character is about to butt heads in the early hours. "Don't think I don't hear you coming home, boy" R√łnnenfelt drawls out, letting disgust and disdain wrap around each mangled syllable.

You'll find the latest preview track from Plowing Into the Field of Love below, while the album hits stores October 6, courtesy of Matador Records.