Secret albums are all the rage these days.
From Beyonce to Eric Church to Prince, we’ve seen several secret albums come to surprise fruition fairly recently.
Now you can add Iggy Pop and Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age) to that list, who have been working with Matt Helders of Arctic Monkeys.
The LP is called Post Pop Depression, and according to the New York Times, the theme of the album asks two questions. “What happens after your years of service?,” asked Iggy Pop. “And where is the honor?”
Josh Homme, a sometimes-member of Eagles of Death Metal, said working on this album helped him cope with the Paris attacks at the Bataclan last year. Although he wasn’t there, all of his friends were and it’s been hard on him.
“The fact that I had this to work on, it saved me,” Homme told the Times.
The album will be out in March and tonight, according to the Queens of the Stone Age Twitter, Iggy Pop and Josh Homme will be performing on The Late Show.