End Red Hot Chili Peppers, according to bassist Flea in sight
The Red Hot Chili Peppers are on their way to their fortieth anniversary, but according to bassit Flea is the end of the American rock band not yet in sight.
“We look actually never to the near future. We are now on the touring and go completely out of our roof”, says the musician in conversation with the American entertainmentwebsite TMZ.
“We are still driven a frankly I have in the last 35 years that I was in this band is never an idea had of what’s ahead. There is also understand the power of this band.”
TMZ suggested Flea the questions arising from an interview with his colleague Chad Smith. The drummer of the band said in conversation with music journalist Eddie Trunk that Flea him recently to the expiration date of the Peppers had asked.
“He asked:” How long do you think we will do? How will this end?’ Flea, Anthony (Kiedis, singer, red.) and I are 54. I love to make plates to make, but I have no idea how long we have such long tours will go,” replied Smith.