Good news for Red Hot Chili Peppers fans! RHCP is currently in the studio working on their new eleventh studio album.
In a Rolling Stone report, the rock and roll funk band that gave the hits “Give It Away” and “By The Way,” among all their famous tracks, a follow up to their 2011 release is expected to have a “different” and “unique” sound not quite heard from them before.
“And we wrote a bunch of songs that way,” drummer Chad Smith said about what kind of sound should fans expect from their new album.
“And we’re now going to try another method that will be really challenging for us and will bring new, exciting results for the band.
We’ve written and recorded in a way that we’ve never done before, so the record is going great.
We all have high hopes that it’s going to take off and we’re going to do something very different and unique for the Red Hot Chili Peppers.” Smith continued by revealing an unnamed producer in an interview done a few months back.
However, Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea revealed the identity of the producer to be Danger Mouse in a deleted tweet .
“We’ve got lots of songs, and we’re working with an unnamed producer who is really challenging us to find new ways to come up with new music,” Smith said.
“We’ve done the ‘guys get in the room and jam out songs, everybody playing together all at once’ thing.” Meanwhile, in a different report by Uproxx , a new John Frusciante interview revealed how he connected with the band talking about their chemistry in the band while he was still playing for the RHCP.
“Flea and I had it the first time we played together,” Frusciante said.
“There was something there.
But we developed it.
Flea once read something [jazz drummer] Elvin Jones said about having chemistry with somebody: ‘You gotta be willing to die for a motherf*cker.'”