Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis has confirmed that the band is working with producer Danger Mouse for their 11th studio album.
Bandmate Flea previously tweeted about the Danger Mouse collaboration, but then deleted his post.
The confirmation of the collab is particularly noteworthy, as the Chili Peppers have worked with Rick Rubin on every album since 1989's Mother Milk. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Kiedis seemed excited about the change, however.
"He's very good about coming up with super-modern ideas, but he'll also touch on the acoustic guitar in the control room and strip the song down to its acoustic essentials," he said of Danger Mouse. "Which is a beautiful place to be."