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The National Announce New Album and Summer Tour, Iggy Pop and the Stooges Diss Smashing Pumpkins & More -- News Roundup
- Posted on Feb 25th 2013 1:30PM by Natasha Young
Iggy Pop announced the impending release of a new album and upcoming tour with the Stooges. Called Ready to Die, the new album is Iggy's first with guitarist James Williams since 1973's Raw Power, and will be released on April 30. Good ol' Iggy couldn't get through the press release without dissing the Smashing Pumpkins, whose eccentric frontman Billy Corgan recently released a bizarro TV ad -- which, we still aren't clear on whether it's promoting pro-wrestling or selling furniture. [Consequence of Sound]
In case you missed them the first time 'round -- or if you did witness their well-choreographed live show, but can't get enough -- David Byrne and St. Vincent just announced they will embark on a two-month North American tour this summer to further spread the gospel of their 2012 collaboration, Love This Giant. [4AD]
Matt & Kim take sleepwalking to the next level with sleepdancing in the new video for "It's Alright" off their latest album, Lightning. Watch pop-punk's cutest couple get their Z's on (and knock out a few slightly NSFW Kama Sutra-esque positions in the process -- you've been warned).