Although they are still resting from the music world, funk rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers already have plans for their new album as they reportedly have picked the producer for the upcoming LP. The latest reports claimed that the rockers will tap French dance music duo, Justice to produce their upcoming record.
The news reportedly was announced by Busy P, one of the important officials on Justice's label, Ed Banger Records, in a recent interview. However, there are still no confirmations from either Red Hot or their representative regarding the reports.
One of the reasons that could make the collaborative effort happened is that Red Hot's vocalist Anthony Kiedis reportedly is a fan of the French group's music. Moreover, it is said that Kiedis often uses Justice's music for a warm-up before hitting the stage.
If the news were true then the new album won't be arriving until 2009 as previously the band have announced that they are taking a one year break from the music world. Explaining their reason to take a break Kiedis told the press, "We actually took a very long time to make the 'Stadium Arcadium' record, because we wrote a lot of songs and then got way too married to them and decided we need it to be a double album. Which was a great experience, but it took forever. It was really a grueling, long haul."
But at the time the singer also hinted that he already has an idea for making new musics saying, "But I'm starting to get just a little bit of a tingle that it would be nice to start thinking about songs and pieces of music. But just pieces."