Red Hot Chili Peppers launches new radio station Whole Lotta Red Hot

Red Hot Chili Peppers have announced the launch of a new radio station Whole Lotta Red Hot.

The California-based rock band will open the show, which promises an in-depth look at the “wide, funky world of Red Hot Chili Peppers” on April 1 on SiriusXM.

It comes on the same day as the release of her new album Unlimited Love.

The day before, on May 31, the band will be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame in Los Angeles.

On Tuesday they also announced the premiere of their new song These Are The Ways, which will also be released on May 31 at 5am UK time.

Previously released songs include Poster Child, Not The One and Black Summer.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers consist of vocalist Anthony Kiedis, bassist Flea and drummer Chad Smith.

The band will perform next year as part of a 32-day stadium tour of Glasgow, Manchester and London, which will also see the return of John Frusciante on guitar.

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Performances also take place in the USA, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Hungary, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, France and Canada.

Rapper ASAP Rocky and singer Thundercat will support the band in Manchester, while Anderson will support Paak & The Free Nationals and Thundercat in London and Glasgow. Red Hot Chili Peppers launches new radio station Whole Lotta Red Hot

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