Iggy Pop is set to release his 17th solo album, Post Pop Depression on March 18 via Rekords Rekords/Loma Vista/Caroline International. Produced by multi-instrumentalist Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme, the iconic rock musician has announced the Post Pop Depression Tour in support of the new LP.
Joining Pop and Homme on the Post Pop Depression Tour will be Homme’s Queens Of The Stone Age bandmate and Dead Weather member Dean Fertita, Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders, guitarist/bassist Matt Sweeney and multi-instrumentalist Troy Van Leeuwen. According to the announcement, this will mark the only time this lineup plays this music (as well as cuts spanning Pop’s storied career) together live.
Pop’s North American tour begins March 28 at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle. From there he and the band head to Portland, San Francisco, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, and Miami before concluding that leg on April 28 in Los Angeles. Iggy then heads overseas for a run of Shows in Europe in May. The full itinerary is below. Tickets to shows on the North American leg of the Pop Depression Tour go on sale on January 30. Pre-sales for select shows begin today, Thursday, January 28. Tickets for the European leg of the tour go on sale starting Friday, January 29. The full set of tour dates can be found below.
Iggy and the band performed the album cut “Gardenia” on a recent episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, watch the performance followed by the studio recording of “Break Into Your Heart” from the record:
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