Red Hot Chili Peppers stream new album
Tuesday 23 August 2011
American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers are streaming their upcoming tenth studio album,
I'm With You, for free on
iTunes until its official release date.
The new album - the band's first in five years - is set to drop on August 26 in Germany, Australia, the Netherlands, and Ireland, August 29 in the UK, and August 30 in the US.
Red Hot Chili Peppers are also broadcasting a live performance of the new album in select theaters around the globe on August 30. Check the website to see which dates and theater listings are available in your country, with more to be added soon, according to an announcement from the band.
Red Hot Chili Peppers have won seven Grammy Awards and sold more than 65 million albums worldwide.
Watch the band's new Marc Klasfeld-directed video for their comeback single, "The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtBbinpK5XI
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