Iggy Pop and Josh Homme team up for new album Post Pop Depression
Iggy Pop has teamed up with Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme for his new solo album, which is titled Post Pop Depression.
The Stooges frontman's 17th solo album will be released on March 18th and was produced by Homme, with Arctic Monkeys sticksman Matt Helders on drums and Queens Of The Stone Age bandmate and The Dead Weather's Dean Fertitia on bass.
It was recorded in Homme's studio in The Joshua Tree and you can see the album's cover below:
Speaking about the record, which he and Homme intend to take out on tour together, Pop said: "I wanted to be free. To be free, I needed to forget. To forget, I needed music. Josh had that in him, so I set out to provoke an encounter-first with a carefully worded text, followed by a deluge of writings all about me. No composer wants to write about nothing. He got revved up and we had a great big rumble in the desert USA.”
Homme added: "This was to go where neither of us had gone before. That was the agreement. And to go all the way."
You can hear the album's first single 'Gardenia' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.
The tracklisting for Post Pop Depression is as follows:
'Break into Your Heart'
'In The Lobby'