Eminent entertainment and politics magazine Rolling Stone caught up with the Chilis at Flea’s Silverlake conservatory event and got some words on their future from the frontman and the bassist.
Anthony Kiedis said: “We’ve decided to write some songs. We imposed a two-year hiatus, which we felt we needed, then we went back to the roundtable and the decision was, ‘Let’s do this.’ The seeds are being planted.”
Flea said: “After being kind of burnt at the end of our last tour, I feel major enthusiasm and vigor. Not like a restlessness, but a really healthy excitement. I’m just into it and ready to go forward.”