Last month, punk icon Iggy Pop announced that he’d been collaborating with Queen of the Stoneage / Kyuss frontman on a new record Post Pop Depression.
The pair had been exchanging emails for months before finally getting together to record a nine track LP between Homme’s Pink Duck studio and his home studio at Joshua Tree. In an interview with New York Times, Homme describes how the new album picks up where Pop’s 1977 album Lust for Life drops off. “Without copying it, that direction actually goes for miles” Homme explains, “and when you keep going for miles you can’t see these two records any more.”
Today the pair have shared Post Pop Depression to stream on NPR ahead of it’s March 18th release. Listen below:
Take a look at the album art below, as well find tickets for their Toronto show here.
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