Red Hot Chili Peppers “plan” to release another album after “Unlimited Love”
Red Hot Chili Peppers have said that they have a “loose plan” to release another new album after their forthcoming LP Unlimited Love, NME reports.
According to the report, the returning four-piece announced their 12th studio album last week, which is set to arrive on April 1 via Warner Bros. It’ll be their first full-length record since 2016’s The Getaway.
Speaking to NME in last week’s Big Read, RHCP frontman Anthony Kiedis and returning guitarist John Frusciante said that, going forward, their fans could expect new material from the band on a more frequent basis.
“We’re gonna put out music by the handful – literally,” Kiedis told NME. “Don’t be surprised if another wheelbarrow of songs comes your way in the near future.
Frusciante added that there is a “loose plan” for a follow-up album to ‘Unlimited Love’, and that the band “recorded almost 50 pieces of music” during sessions with producer Rick Rubin.
“We definitely have enough material that we love,” the guitarist said, adding that RHCP’s next project after Unlimited Love already “has a relaxed energy that’s distinct from the intensity of the record that we’ve made here”.