Grammy Award-winning Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductees RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS return with a new single, "Dark Necessities", which is released around the world today via all digital retailers. The track is the first song to be released from the Los Angeles-based band's upcoming 11th studio album, "The Getaway", due on June 17 via Warner Bros. Records. Fans who pre-order the album at will receive an instant download of "Dark Necessities". The album was produced by Danger Mouse and mixed by Nigel Godrich. RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS' previous album, "I'm With You", was released in 2011 and topped the charts in 18 countries.
"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
RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS will perform at a variety of music festivals around the world this summer, including headlining Lollapalooza in Chicago on July 30.
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