A surreal daydream sprinkled with faded glamour, the video offers a new dimension to the title track of Annie Clark's latest album.
Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn performed a set from their home in Durham, NC in support of their new live album and concert film, ‘WITH’.
The event will be filmed at the YouTube Space in New York and streams exclusively on the Iggy Pop YouTube channel starting at 3pm EST tomorrow.
The sparse new clip imbues Iggy’s interpretation of a poem written by Lou Reed in 1970 with a riveting new visual dimension.
In the eccentric new clip, a "lizard man" drives around through rush hour traffic looking for his girlfriend.
Described as “part speakeasy, part sensory space”, the bar, named 'Souvenir' will be opening in Covent Garden.
The legendary artist will perform his new record, 'Free' in its entirety at The Barbican Centre on Thursday, 21 November.
Directed by Simon Taylor, the clip was shot on location at Sweat Records in Miami with a special appearance by Ale Campos from Las Nubes, Miami.
Speaking about Free earlier this summer, Iggy Pop described it as “an album in which other artists speak for me, but I lend my voice”.
The sparse new track is taken from the star’s upcoming solo album Free, which is due out on 6 September via Loma Vista.
The new record is the hotly-anticipated follow-up to 2016's widely-acclaimed 'Post-Pop Depression'.
'Danse Macabre' is the second music video and radio single from the Grammy-winning band's most recent album 'Prequelle'.
The new record was captured live in the studio over two nights in August 2017 at Electric Lady Studio while the singer was mixing her 'Masseduction' album.