Iggy Pop Unveils Feverishly Anticipated New Album ‘Every Loser’

Iggy Pop has released his feverishly anticipated new album EVERY LOSER on Atlantic Records/Gold Tooth Records. Hailed by the likes of NEW YORK, ESQUIRE and the ASSOCIATED PRESS as one of the new year’s most eagerly awaited releases, EVERY LOSER has been preceded by “buzz-bombing, hard-riffing rock” (NEW YORK TIMES) Frenzy, and more recently Strung Out Johnny.

Iggy Pop has also been confirmed as musical guest on JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE!, airing tomorrow Tuesday 10th January AEDT. Iggy’s return to late night TV will feature the televised debut of his new band the Losers, featuring Andrew Watt, Chad Smith, Duff McKagan and Josh Klinghoffer. 

EVERY LOSER is Iggy’s first album to be released via the recently announced partnership between Atlantic Records and Gold Tooth Records, the new label founded by the album’s GRAMMY Award-winning, multi-platinum executive producer, Andrew Watt.

Featuring a murderers’ row of modern day rock icons including the Iggy Pop & The Losers lineup of Watt, McKagan and Smith, EVERY LOSER sets Iggy’s lyrical aggressions toward physical and existential nemeses atop a rock solid foundation provided by members of Blink 182 (Travis Barker), Foo Fighters (Taylor Hawkins), Guns N’ Roses (Duff McKagan), Jane’s Addiction (Chris Chaney, Dave Navarro, Eric Avery), Pearl Jam (Josh Klinghoffer, Stone Gossard) and Red Hot Chili Peppers (Klinghoffer, Chad Smith). The result is 11 songs by the man who refused to go gently into that good night on Free, and is once again charging fearlessly at life itself on EVERY LOSER.

The new album is available as limited-edition vinyl, cassettes and CDs – Available HERE. As part of the release of EVERY LOSER, Iggy is offering an exclusive relaunch of legendary fanzine, PUNK Magazine, from founder and legendary editor John Holmstrom with a full Iggy issue, which contains an exclusive interview with Iggy by Flea. Iggy originally graced the cover of the John Holmstrom Fanzine in July 1976. 

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