Iggy Pop has shared his iconic 2016 concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall in support of Post Pop Depression, which was released earlier in that year. Every Iggy Pop show is bound to be a special occasion but this one was even more so as he was backed by Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders and Queens of the Stone Age members Josh Homme and Dean Fertita.
May 13th, 2016, saw Iggy Pop arrive at the London venue as part of his Post Pop Depression tour, as he promoted the album of the same name.
Iggy Pop made sure everybody who attended the Royal Albert Hall in 2016 to see his show left without a shadow doubt that Iggy was the real deal.
With an extensive back catalogue that included some of rock’s finest work like ‘Lust For Life’, ‘The Passenger’ and ‘China Girl as well as a brand new album, Iggy was in his element.
In March, Iggy and Josh Homme shared the documentary ‘American Valhalla’ which accompanied the album with the feature-length film documenting the duo’s work on Iggy Pop’s 17th studio album Post Pop Depression where they were joined by Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders and Queens Of The Stone Age’s Dean Fertita for the project who both also played at the Royal Albert Hall.
Watch the epic show at this link below.