Published on August 13th, 2012 | by Daniel0
The Red Hot Chili Peppers have Unveiled Two New Tracks: Hot or Not?
Two new tracks from the ‘Red Hot Chili Peppers’ have been unveiled. ‘Long Progression’ and ‘Strange Man’ are the first snippets from their upcoming album ‘I’m with You’. All together the new album is expected to have 18 tracks which they will release over the coming six months. The latest tracks came out on the 11th of August and they are already indications that fans are very happy with the band’s efforts so far. We are made to understand that all the tracks were recorded during the band’s sessions for their studio album ‘I’m with You’ in 2011. They will be released over the next six months as nine double A-sided 7” singles.
In fact the next release is said to feature ‘Victorian Machinery’ and ‘Magpies’. It will come out on the 11th of September. The band’s drummer Chad Smith recently indicated that they had been working on new material even as their frontman Anthony Kiedis recovered from foot surgery in 2011.He said that the new tracks are just waiting to be released. Therefore the fans can expect more than the current double sided singles that are coming out.
Unveiling an exciting array of tracks
When the band goes back to writing again, they will reprise the material that they worked on during the absence of their frontman. Smith says that they have a principle of coming up with the latest and best stuff. However they will also make sure that Anthony Kiedis is connected to their new material before deciding to release it as a group. In commemoration of the great music that the ‘Red Hot Chili Peppers’ have been producing, we have put out a link to their two songs. Click the link below to hear them doing their very best stuff. They have really gone out of their way to impress this time and it shows.