The Red Hot Chili Peppers have just put forth their latest album, Unlimited Love. With 2022 marking seven year since their previous LP, The Getaway, the world-renowned Southern California rock band have come together once again, welcoming back one of the outfit’s founding bandmates John Frusciante on this newest project. Frusciante left the group back in 2009 to pursue different creative outlets for his music—more specifically, diving deep into the acid-house space under his own Trickfinger moniker. Replaced by close friend Josh Klinghoffer, Frusciante would go on to develop his solo acid-house catalog for more than a decade. However, the group brought Frusciante back into the fold in 2020, letting go of Klinghoffer as the they began work on their twelfth studio album.
The album touts 17 tracks in full, packed with all new music, including pre-album singles “Black Summer,” “Not The One,” and “Poster Child.” Stream the latest from veteran rock deities the Red Hot Chili Peppers entity below.
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