It’s been just over two months since Red Hot Chili Peppers debuted their new album Unlimited Love, which features the return of the funky stylings of guitarist John Frusciante and boy did fans lap up the new tunes. With lead single ‘Black Summer‘ they came back swinging and followed it up with ‘Poster Child‘ and the balladesque ‘Not The One‘, we knew we were in for a collection of jams from our fav Californian spruikers!
It seems a bit soon to be releasing new music but the band are back with B-Side/bonus track ‘Nerve Flip‘ which featured on the Japanese release of Unlimited Love and now, it spreads its wings across the interwebs for your listening pleasure. With a throwback sound to the early 2000s, the funky guitar riffs return while frontman Anthony Kiedis soulfully sings his way back in our ears again. It’s a great laid back song that wouldn’t have felt at home on the record, and it’s a wonder why it didn’t make the final cut.
Give it a spin for yourself and let us know whataya reckon!
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