Iceage reveal new flower art-inspired video for ‘Under The Sun’ and new London show details

Iceage have revealed their latest video for ‘Under The Sun’, featuring flower art from Makoto Azuma. This is also accompanied by the announcement of a special London performance set for December.

The video was filmed in Tokyo during their Opening Nights residency, which saw the band collaborate with their favourite artists. Makoto Azuma created the flower sculptures especially for the band, as part of his installation series titled ‘Crazy Garden x Iceage’.

‘Under The Sun’ is taken off Iceage’s fourth album Beyondless. It follows singles ‘Pain Killer’, ‘The Day The Music Dies’ and ‘Catch It’.

Iceage will also be playing a special show at London’s Hackney Arts Centre in December.

The performance will take place on December 7, and see the Danish group opened by Helm and Astrid Sonne. Set design will be in the safe hands of scenographer Christian Friedlander.

The date will follow on from their UK tour scheduled for next month. They’re due to stop off in Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Dublin, Cardiff, Manchester and Brighton. Full dates are below.

Tickets cost £15 + fees and are available here.

Iceage play:

3 – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
4 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
6 – Glasgow, The Great Eastern
7 – Dublin, Workmans Club
8 – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
9 – Manchester, Gorilla
10 – Brighton, The Haunt

7 – London, Hackney Arts Centre