"Post Pop Depression" is the seventeenth studio album from the celebrated singer-songwriter, and rock music stalwart Iggy Pop. It was written and produced in collaboration with Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age/Eagles Of Death Metal), and deals with themes of mortality, sensuality, and creative legacy. It is deeply reflective, melancholic, arriving as it does in the wake of profound personal tragedy and loss for both artists. The musical tone is energetic and intense, with grooves and angular riffs that recall Iggy’s earlier collaborations with his friend and mentor David Bowie.
Post Pop Depression