Iggy Pop issues Sunday video

Iggy Pop and band
Iggy Pop and band

Iggy Pop has released a video for his song Sunday.

The track is taken from Pop’s current album Post Pop Depression, which he recorded in collaboration with Queens Of The Stone mainman Josh Homme.

He previously released the songs Break Into Your Heart and Gardenia.

Post Pop Depression was released in March via Loma Vista and as well as Homme, it features Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders and Dead Weather’s Dean Fertita.

Pop is currently on tour in support of the album.

Iggy Pop remaining 2016 tour dates

May 13: London Royal Albert Hall, UK
May 15: Paris Le Grand Rex, France
May 28: Munich Rockavaria, Germany
Jun 04: Rock In Vienna, Austria
Jun 11: Isle Of Wight Festival, UK
Jun 17: Aarhus Northside, Denmark
Jun 19: Hinwil Rock The Ring, Switzerland
Jun 25: Prague Metronome Festival, Czech Republic
Jul 01: Arras Mainsquare Festival, France
Jul 03: Rotselaar Rock Werchter, Belgium
Jul 06: Festival Cognac Blues Passions, France
Jul 08: Lost in Limoges, France
Jul 11: Luxembourg CC Rencontre Abbaye De Neumunster, Luxembourg
Jul 15: Lisbon Super Bock Super Rock Festival, Portugal
Jul 17: Salacgriva Positvus Festival, Latvia
Jul 21: Tromso Bukta Festival, Norway
Jul 23: Nordfjordeid Malakoff Rockfestival, Norway
Jul 29: Saint Nazaire Festival Les Escales, France
Jul 31: Gignac Ecaussysteme Festival, France
Aug 12: Helsinki Flow Festival, Finland
Aug 14: Landerneau Fete Du Bruit, France
Aug 24: Stockholm Grona Lund, Sweden
Aug 28: Boulogne Billancourt Rock En Seine, France

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