Iggy Pop + Josh Homme Announce ‘Post Pop Depression’ Tour Dates
The rollout for Iggy Pop’s collaborative album Post Pop Depression has been steadfast ever since we learned of its existence a week ago. Today (Jan. 27), he’s added a selection of one-time-only tour dates to the mix.
The Stooges frontman and his Post Pop Depression collaborators Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age, Eagles of Death Metal), Dean Fertita (QOTSA, the Dead Weather) and Matt Helders (Arctic Monkeys) will hit the road on March 28. They have dates scheduled through May, including U.S. stops in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Miami and L.A. See a complete itinerary at the bottom of the page. The ticket presale launches tomorrow; the public sale will go live on Jan. 30.
Pop will flesh out his touring band with the help of guitarist-bassist Matt Sweeney and QOTSA multi-instrumentalist Troy Van Leeuwen. He intends to play the forthcoming album alongside more material from his nearly 40-year solo career.
Post Pop Depression is out March 18 via Rekord Rekords. You can pre-order it now on vinyl, CD and digitally. So far, Pop has unveiled album tracks “Gardenia” and “Break Into Your Heart.” Pop, Homme and company performed the former song during an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Friday.
Iggy Pop + Josh Homme Tour
March 28: Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre
March 29: Portland, OR - Keller Auditorium
March 31: San Francisco, CA - The Masonic
April 2: Denver, CO - Ellie Caulkins Opera House
April 4: Minneapolis, MN - Northrop Auditorium
April 6: Chicago, IL - Chicago Theatre
April 7: Detroit, MI - Fox Theatre
April 9: Toronto, ON - Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
April 11: Boston, MA - Orpheum Theatre
April 12: New York, NY - United Palace Theatre
April 15: Philadelphia, PA - Academy of Music
April 19: Miami Beach, FL - The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater
April 28: Los Angeles, CA - The Greek Theatre
May 4: Stockholm, Sweden - Cirkus
May 5: Copenhagen, Denmark - Falconer
May 7: Berlin, Germany - Tempodrom
May 8: Hamburg, Germany - Mehr! Theater
May 10: Amsterdam, Netherlands - Heineken Music Hall
May 13: London, UK - Royal Albert Hall
May 15: Paris, France - Le Grand Rex