The latest is the third song taken from their forthcoming EP
‘Get Your Shirt’ will appear on their forthcoming EP, ‘Teatime Dub Encounters’ which is due for release on July 27.
Earlier this year, both artists shared details about their new collaborative project, explaining that the idea came about whilst they were recording music for the T2 Trainspotting soundtrack.
Drenched in trippy, dark electro, Underworld described the latest song as “a lament to bad decisions, regrettable rip-offs, presidential flirts and unlovable jerks.”
You can listen to ‘Get Your Shirt’ here:
According to the group, the lyrics of ‘I’ll See Big’ were inspired by a conversation Iggy and Trainspotting direct Danny Boyle had about friendship, the theme of which was central to T2 Trainspotting.
Meanwhile, ‘Bells and Circles’ was written “during an afternoon tea encounter” and features Iggy on spoken word.
I’ll See Big, a song by Underworld, Iggy Pop on Spotify
Both artists appeared on the original Trainspotting soundtrack in 1996 – Iggy Pop with ‘Lust for Life’ and Underworld with ‘Born Slippy.’
Underworld recently shared a new track of their own, ‘Brilliant Yes That Would Be.’
Last week (June 30) Iggy Pop, now 71, supported Queens of the Stone Age at Finsbury Park.