The Red Hot Chili Peppers, 7 Grammy Award winner American rock band that was formed in Los Angeles in 1983, is going to release their new album today entitled, “I’m With You,” today August 29. This will be their first rock album that makes use of high-resolution source audio technology that optimizes the sound quality for iTunes Store customers. The earlier album released by them is "Stadium Aradium" five years ago.
To promote the new album the band will be performing the new songs, as well as some old hits, in a live performance that will be broadcast to select movie theaters around the world. The promotion will be worldwide too as they are going to start a world tour in September.
Critics are now pleased to see the work the band is doing. One such critic, Sarah Rodman of the Boston Globe said of the album, “With its blend of hard rock, funk, pop, punk, disco, psychedelia, and hip-hop, the album offers a few standouts, including the refreshingly bright and Beatles-evoking “Happiness Loves Company,” the sinuous “Did I Let You Know,” and the expansive “Brendan’s Death Song,” which moves from pastoral acoustic picking to percussive maelstrom.” Rodman also found that some of the vocals have a tendency to be “hit or miss” however added that in the end, “If you’ve come this far with the Peppers, you’re with them.”
Other albums that are going to be released by the artist and band like James Taylor,Lenny Kravitz, and the Spin Doctors.