The Red Hot Chili Peppers are premiering the title track from their forthcoming album “The Getaway.”
Due June 17, the follow-up to 2011’s “I’m In You” marks the Los Angeles group’s first record in five years.
The group teamed up with producer Danger Mouse on the project, which saw mixing handled by Nigel Godrich.
The title tune is the second preview of the band’s 11th studio release following the lead single “Dark Necessities.”
Both tracks are offered as instant downloads with pre-orders of “The Getaway.”
The Red Hot Chili Peppers have resumed touring after singer Anthony Kiedis was hospitalized earlier this month with an intestinal flu which shut down a performance at a radio station festival in Los Angeles.
"It was a painful and sad thing to have to cancel shows, we don't really do that,” Kiedis told ET Canada. “I'd rather play deathly ill than not at all but in this particular instance I was starting to go down to the ground. I got some help and now I've got to figure things out."
"I think I had to get sick to take a look at myself and get to the causes and conditions of my overall health,” he adds. “I push pretty hard sometimes and I do take my health for granted on a certain level because I feel strong and capable. I surf most days and I like to charge, but every now and then, the body is like 'you're doing something wrong, either fix it or we're gonna let you know about it', and I think that my body let me know that I had to change my ways a little bit."
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