Iggy Pop may be stepping back from the music industry

"There's a lot of things I can't do now that I could do when I was 25"

Iggy Pop appeared on The Graham Norton show last night (June 23), alongside Queens Of The Stone Age‘s Josh Homme after performing track ‘Sunday’ from latest album ‘Post Pop Depression’.

Speaking with Norton after the performance, Iggy Pop spoke of his love of chairs as well as the direction of his music career.

“I will step back at some point. Another album would be a big undertaking from an old git like me!” he said during the interview with Norton.

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Speaking in Los Angeles on April 16, Iggy Pop discussed his iconic persona, stating “If I want to put pedal to the metal for five minutes on a given night, look the f**k out, right? That I can do.”

During a discussion at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity in France on Wednesday (June 22), Iggy said he is intending to keep up his energetic public persona for as long as possible.

“There’s a lot of things I can’t do now that I could do when I was 25,” he explained. “But because I was basically kind of a loony, what’s happened with me is that the less I can do, the better off I am! But I can do a music show, and I enjoy that. And I can do an advert, or a part in a film, or a radio show. And I really enjoy those things.”

You can watch the performance of ‘Sunday’ below.