As Iggy Pop is undoubtedly conscious, generally it takes extra than simply listening to a band’s recordings to really perceive the place they’re coming from.
Iggy, the punk godfather and The Stooges icon, mentioned that is what occurred to him with Foo Fighters — he did not “totally” perceive them at first.
No, not till he noticed them stay did he lastly get the Dave Grohl-led act, as he relayed in a brand new interview.
The subject got here up as a result of the late Foos drummer Taylor Hakwins, who died in March, contributes to Iggy’s upcoming album, Each Loser. The LP was introduced final month with Iggy’s newest single, “Frenzy.”
“Taylor performs on the album,” Iggy tells Audacy Test In earlier than recalling the time Hawkins portrayed him onscreen in a film in regards to the famed New York punk membership CBGB, 2013’s CBGB.
“It is an unbelievable power that this man has,” the rocker continues. “He additionally performed me in a movie. He was me within the CBGB’s film, and a poster was his abs as my abs.”
Iggy remembers, “I met him — I opened for Foo Fighters in 2015 at Knebworth. And I by no means actually understood totally what they did, after which I stood there on the aspect stage and listened to that factor and listened to what [Hawkins] was enjoying and it was otherworldly.”
The singer provides, “It was superior and highly effective and relentless, and extremely detailed all on the similar time.”
“Frenzy,” produced by Ozzy collaborator Andrew Watt, options musical backing from Weapons N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan and Crimson Scorching Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith. Hear it below Iggy’s Audacy interview under.
Often known as the ‘Godfather of Punk,’ probably the most exhausting performers to ever witness on stage, and Audacy host Jolene’s private ‘King of the Underdogs,’ rocker Iggy Pop joins us at present for an ‘Audacy Test In’ to present us some dust on his newest single, ‘Frenzy,’ and what to anticipate on this subsequent stage of his illustrious profession along with his upcoming album ‘Each Loser.’
Iggy Pop on Audacy Test In – Nov. 11, 2022
Iggy Pop, “Frenzy” (Official Audio)
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