Iceage "Morals" (video)

Iceage 'Morals' (video)
At least judging by their performance in Vancouver last month, Copenhagen post-punks Iceage forgot to pack a set of eighty-eights with them on their current tour to perform their stirring cabaret/post-punk hybrid "Morals," but you can now peep a piano-heavy live performance of the You're Nothing track captured at a studio back home earlier this year.

We're not too sure who's playing guitar in the vid, but that's regular six-stringer Johan Surrballe Wieth plopped in front of the piano, plunking out those spacious, melancholy chords. Singer Elias Bender Rønnenfelt, meanwhile, is wringing out every drop of sorrow he can muster into his mush-mouthed passage on betrayal, which may explain why he's opting to grip the mic with leather gloves .

As previously reported, Iceage have more Canadian dates lined up on their North American tour, so you might want to see if your local venue can stock a Steinway in the near future.