The Stooges frontman and his 'Post Pop Depression' collaborators Josh Homme, Dean Fertita and Matt Helders will hit the road this spring.
The second track revealed from their surprise album sounds like a perfect blend of Queens of the Stone Age and Iggy's inherent level of coolness.
The new duo premiered the first single from their (formerly) secret album 'Post Pop Depression' and sat down for a pretty hilarious chat.
'Post Pop Depression' is billed solely as an Iggy Pop album, but also features contributions by members of QOTSA, the Dead Weather and Arctic Monkeys.
The Queens of the Stone Age frontman said 'Post Pop Depression' is a pseudo-sequel to Pop's 1977 collaboration with David Bowie, 'Lust For Life.'
Stage props from Tenacious D's 'Rize of the Fenix' tour and the duo’s 'Pick of Destiny' fur cloaks are just a few of the items up for auction.
"I find it difficult to put into words how this video makes me feel," Josh Homme wrote in response. "I'm proud to be among you, part of you, one of you."
Homme and Hughes discussed their covers charity campaign aimed at raising money for those affected by the attack at their concert in Paris in November.
In an upcoming interview, Eagles of Death Metal’s Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme open up about the attack that killed 89 people at their concert in Paris.
Homme's foundation issued a statement on Twitter: “Thank you for a moment to pause. Now time to help. Please donate.”