American rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1983, comprising vocalist Anthony Kiedis, bassist Flea, drummer Chad Smith and guitarist John Frusciante, Red Hot Chili Peppers unreleased new song “Reach Out” off there forthcoming album project titled “Return of the Dream Canteen” leaked online.
On Saturday night at Denver’s Empower Field, the band revealed a surprise follow-up to Unlimited Love.
“We put out an album four months ago, but now we have a double album,” Flea explained. Two albums in two sets. In April, the double album “Unlimited Love” was released.
Flea stated that the first single is “Tippa My Tongue,” and that “Return of the Dream Canteen” will be released on October 14.
The Chili Peppers’ social media accounts were soon updated, and fans were able to preorder Rick Rubin’s double LP.
“We tried to find the band we’d been looking for all along.” We had a good time singing old songs. “We started writing new songs right away,” RHCP said of the new album.
“The fact that we got along so well aided us greatly.” We looked into it further after discovering the slipstream between sound and vision. When time became more flexible, we saw no reason to stop writing and performing music. It was strange.
This is the band’s first album with guitarist John Frusciante since 2006’s double album Stadium Arcadium. Their music combines elements of alternative, funk, punk, hard rock, hip hop, and psychedelic rock.