Iggy Pop and Josh Homme capture the grittiness of their respective home regions in untapped video "Sunday," the third single from Pop’s Post Pop Depression.
Directed by Andrea Neumann, the muggy shot video landscapes the tropics of Miami, where Pop now resides, and the sparse Joshua Tree desert where Homme was born and where Post Pop was recorded at Rancho De La Luna studio. The video centers on early footage of band rehearsals as well as their first public performance at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles.
Referring to "Sunday" as "the isolation of the new economy" in an interview with Rolling Stone adds, "We're writing about Iggy Pop, the working man's musician. When he gets to Sunday, he's black, blue and tired.' He'd say something I could gnaw on. Then I had to figure out how to make it fit me."
Watch the backyard video below.