Red Hot Chili Peppers already have a “loose plan” to release another new album

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9 Feb 2022, 16:45

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They've only just come back with 'Unlimited Love'.

It seems the band is on a roll, with plenty of new material leftover that could go towards a new record.

Now they've revealed they have a “loose plan” to release another new album.

Their twelfth studio album, 'Unlimited Love', is due out at the start of April, and it's their first new music since 2016.

RHCP reunited with guitarist John Frusciante, and the band have promised fans that they can expect music more regularly going forward.

Frontman Anthony Kiedis told NME: “We’re gonna put out music by the handful – literally. Don’t be surprised if another wheelbarrow of songs comes your way in the near future."

He added: "We have a lot of s*** to turn people onto.”

Guitarist Frusciante revealed the band “recorded almost 50 pieces of music” during recording sessions.

"We definitely have enough material that we love" and said the next project "has a relaxed energy that’s distinct from the intensity of the record that we’ve made here”.

Kiedis added: “I really didn’t want to tell the same old story that we’ve been hearing for the last 50 years in rock music."

He continued: "I liked reaching out in 10,000 directions and seeing what was out there. We weren’t limiting ourselves but trying to tap into something that is honest and emotional. Hopefully we’ve said something that hasn’t been said before, or at least said it in a way that hasn’t."