Flea, who is the legendary bass guitarist of Red Hot Chili Peppers, took to his official Instagram account to share some photos from the studio and excited the whole rock community with these pictures.

The band announced in December 2019 that Josh Klinghoffer left the band after ten years with jamming with RHCP, and John Frusciante returned to the band. After this change, they wanted to speed things up, and it becomes clear in January that they were working on the new album for the band.

As you might remember, most of the tours, meetings, sports events, etc, canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak that hit the whole world. Because of that, Red Hot Chili Peppers postponed their World Tour, which was set to be in 2020.

However, it seems like the band didn’t want to waste their time while sitting in the houses and decided to take action about their new album for the fans, even though the possibility of getting the coronavirus.

After over six months that we heard about the possibility of the new album, we saw the first pictures from the studio, thanks to Flea. Despite the fact that Flea didn’t write anything in the pictures, we can understand that Red Hot Chili Peppers members are working hard to finish the upcoming album. 

You can check out the pictures that Flea shared below.

Photo Credit: Flea – Instagram
Photo Credit: Flea – Instagram