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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The band have just received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!

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American rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers have treated fans with their 12th studio album, Unlimited Love. The four-piece are also set to join producer Rick Rubin’s Broken Record podcast, recording four episodes for the show.

Unlimited Love reunites the band with their longtime collaborator Rubin, teaming up once again for the first time since 2011, and marks the return of guitarist John Frusciante, who last recorded with RHCP in 2006. Across the body of work, the four-piece reflect on their own thoughts and views of society and the world around us, capturing the human existence, in an effort to bring listeners together.

“Our only goal is to get lost in the music. We (John, Anthony, Chad and Flea) spent thousands of hours, collectively and individually, honing our craft and showing up for one another, to make the best album we could. Our antennae attuned to the divine cosmos, we were just so damn grateful for the opportunity to be in a room together, and, once again, try to get better. Days, weeks and months spent listening to each other, composing, jamming freely, and arranging the fruit of those jams with great care and purpose. The sounds, rhythms, vibrations, words and melodies had us enrapt." the band detail of working on new music "We yearn to shine a light in the world, to uplift, connect, and bring people together. Each of the songs on our new album UNLIMITED LOVE, is a facet of us... This is our life’s mission. We work, focus, and prepare, so that when the biggest wave comes, we are ready to ride it. The ocean has gifted us a mighty wave and this record is the ride that is the sum of our lives. Thank you for listening, we hope you enjoy it. ROCK OUT MOTHERFUCKERS!”

Yesterday, the band received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, with George Clinton and Woody Harrelson speaking at the event to honour the band. Fans lined the street to catch a glimpse of the iconic rockers, with band member Chad Smith paying tribute to the late Foo Fighters’ drummer, Taylor Hawkins.

Unlimited Love is out now!


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