Frontman will play a love rival to Matt Berry's character in forthcoming second series
Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme is set to appear in the new series of Channel 4 sitcom Toast Of London.
The Matt Berry comedy will return to screens in November following a successful first series in 2013. The picture above was taken on the set and shows Homme and Berry alongside fellow cast member Morgana Robinson. Brody Dalle, Josh Homme’s wife, is Robinson’s half-sister.
Homme is set to feature in the final episode of the second series, ‘Fool In Love’, which will air on December 8. In the episode, Toast (Berry) discovers he has a love rival in the shape of the Queens of the Stone Age frontman.
Meanwhile, Queens of the Stone Age will perform in Los Angeles this Friday (October 31), where they will be joined by former member Nick Oliveri for a special six-song encore.
Speaking to NME about the gig at The Forum, Oliveri said: “Josh asked me to come up and do six songs with Queens, like an encore set. A reunion, but not a reunion. I’m going to get up and play some bass and sing some songs at the end of the show. It should be an interesting night.”
Oliveri, who previously worked with Homme in the band Kyuss, left Queens Of The Stone Age in 2004 but provided backing vocals on the track ‘If I Had A Tail’ from the band’s latest studio album ‘…Like Clockwork’. Oliveri played on stage with the band for the first time in 10 years at Portland’s Keller Auditorium on April 15 this year.