Red Hot Chili Peppers ‘in the home stretch’ of recording new album

February 2, 2016

Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis has said that the band is “in the home stretch” of finishing their new album!

rhcp_timeline_cover_by_barongraphics-d5xrb82The Peppers teamed up with super producer Brian Burton, aka Danger Mouse, for their new album and have a series of tour dates and festival appearances booked for the summer.

Kiedis was a guest on Joney’s Jukebox, the radio show hosted by Sex Pistols’ Steve Jones, last week and offered an update on how the album recording is going.

“We had written two dozen songs before we got with him,” Kiedis said of Danger Mouse (pictured below). “[He] is like, ‘Let’s keep a few of those, but let’s go write all new songs in the studio.’ We’re looking at each other like, ‘Dude, we kind of already wrote the songs, bro.’ He’s like, ‘No, I like to write new ones in the studio.’ So, in honor of accommodating this new process, we wrote all new songs, and it’s a good thing we did.”

Kiedis added that the band will take this task on throughout February. “We’re going to back and listen to the songs, and see if we can beat them.”


In 2014, Peppers bassist Flea confirmed Red Hot Chili Peppers are recording a new album and described it as “super danceable”.


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