Somewhere in the midst of stripping, joking and singing along to his band's biggest hits, Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis managed to save a baby's life.
It's the second song released from the Chili Peppers' long-awaited new album produced by Danger Mouse and mixed by Radiohead's Nigel Godrich.
The Chili Peppers returned to the stage for Rock on the Range over the weekend and Kiedis opened up about the health scare that forced them to cancel shows.
The frontman was reportedly suffering from 'extreme stomach pain' and the Chili Peppers were forced to cancel their headlining set at the KROQ Weanie Roast.
Listen to the soulful lead single from the Chili Peppers' first album since 2011.
'Dark Necessities' will be the first music the Chili Peppers share from their upcoming, Danger Mouse-produced eleventh album.
“We’re in the home stretch,” Anthony Kiedis said of RHCP's new album. “We’re going to [go] back and listen to the songs and see if we can beat them.”
Ever single-minded in his creative output, David Bowie turned down the chance to produce a Red Hot Chili Peppers album and sing on a Coldplay song.
Red Hot Chili Peppers are working on a new album with Danger Mouse, and Anthony Kiedis says the new material sounds great.
The darkest of L.A. guitarists meets the funkiest of monks for one of the most eccentric albums in the Chili's discography.