Listen: Iggy Pop streams ‘Post Pop Depression’ in full

Iggy Pop streams ‘Post Pop Depression’ in full

Collaborative project saw him working with Josh Homme and Matt Helders.

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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