Iggy Pop is streaming new album ‘Post Pop Depression’ in full, ahead of its release next week via Loma Vista.
On his latest release, the punk icon picks an all-star cast of collaborators to form his backing band. Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme is front and centre, alongside QOTSA / The Dead Weather’s Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders, outdoing his bandmate Alex Turner in the supergroup stakes.
Streaming below, ‘Post Pop Depression’ could easily become a staple in Iggy Pop’s back-catalogue. It takes the pulse of his 70s heyday and reinvents the wheel, four great musicians working in tandem.
Listen below, via NPR.
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