RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS Release New Song Called 'We Turn Red'

RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS Release New Song Called 'We Turn Red'

RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS have unveiled a new song called "We Turn Red", the third track the band has previewed from its eleventh studio album, "The Getaway". The set arrives in stores next Friday (June 17). "We Turn Red" alternates between funky and contemplative passages and follows the first two cuts issued from "The Getaway", "Dark Necessities" and the title track.

Bassist Flea told The Pulse Of Radio that making the new record was more exciting than usual. "Making this one was a really great experience and a new experience," he said. "You know, we've worked with the producer Rick Rubin for the last 25 years and, you know, this is the first time we haven't been with him for so long. We worked with this guy Danger Mouse and it was a much different creative process. And I think it was really healthy for us and as a result, we have a record that I think is really showing some progress in our music-making style."

Prior to the album's release, the CHILI PEPPERS are slated to join James Corden on "The Late Late Show" for "Carpool Karaoke" on June 13.

The band recently filmed a music video for "Dark Necessities" with actress Olivia Wilde directing.

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"The Getaway" track listing:

01. The Getaway
02. Dark Necessities
03. We Turn Red
04. The Longest Wave
05. Goodbye Angels
06. Sick Love
07. Go Robot
08. Feasting On The Flowers
09. Detroit
10. This Ticonderoga
11. Encore
12. The Hunter
13. Dreams Of A Samurai

The CHILI PEPPERS are currently in the midst of European festival season, but will play several Canadian festivals next month before headlining Chicago's Lollapalooza on July 30.



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