Red Hot Chili Peppers recently performed in Paris, France, last month, July 9 as part of their Unlimited Love tour. Hollywood stars Brad Pitt and Edward Norton were spotted standing side-stage and they were grooving to “Can’t Stop,” which opened the set.
Brad Pitt and Edward Norton enjoy Red Hot Chili Peppers show
In a video clip that surfaced, Pitt does a decent job of looking admirable as he appeared to be singing along with guitarist John Frusciante’s wordless backing vocals while Norton brings intense dad energy and a relatable sense of not knowing what to do with his hands.
Red Hot Chili Peppers have announced plans to release another new album, Return of the Dream Canteen, in October. Maybe it will include some funky new jams for the Fight Club cast to dance along to.
Recently,a video clip surfaced on the internet which saw Red Hot Chili Peppers paying subtle tribute to the late Foo Fighters’ drummer Taylor Hawkins. Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea also recently explained the reason for not being glad of the fans asking him for photos.
He explained his attitude to the situation in a series of tweets after a fan known as Luke posted a short video, taken at a distance, of a conversation he and some friends had with Flea and singer Anthony Kiedis.
“Thank you (and AK) for being so kind and genuine while meeting us,” Luke wrote. “You both are such rays of sunshine; you didn’t have to stop and chat but you did and I hope you know that you really impacted our lives. we love you and AK with all of our hearts!
The comment then led to other fans telling Luke that it was rare for Kiedis to stop for a conversation, although the other band members were well-known for doing so. “Wow, that makes the meeting with him and Flea way more special,” he responded. “Perhaps he just felt comfortable in that moment; none of my friends nor I asked for a photo or autograph or anything – we just talked, so maybe that had to do with his interaction with us.”
Flea went on to tweet the following explaining: “It’s because you all generated a kind and gentle light, and you didn’t ask for a picture. We are always down to talk and chat; asking for a photo ruins it instantly.” Another fan then asked what was wrong with people asking for photos. “There’s nothing wrong with it,” the bassist said. “But it ruins having actual conversation. It is a transaction.”