VIDEO: Red Hot Chili Peppers Play Chad Smith's Kids' School For Halloween
1 November 2018, 21:29 | Updated: 1 November 2018, 21:31
The Can't Stop rockers played a special Halloween gig at the school where their drummer's children attend.
Red Hot Chili Peppers got into the Halloween spirit this week by performing at Chad Smith's kids' school.
The Californication sticksman took to Twitter to share a snippet of their performance, with the caption: "Who rocks out at 9:30am at my kids’ school?....We do!"
Watch the clip of the band playing their 2002 hit above.
The performance, which took place at Viewpoint School in Calabasas, California as part of a special Halloween assembly saw the four-piece dress up in spooky costumes.
Smith - who turned 57 last week - has three sons Cole, Beckett and Dashiell, who he shares with his second wife architect Nancy Mack.
He also has a daughter Manon, who was born in 1996 and whom he shares with ex wife Maria St John.
Flea recycled his skeleton costume for the gig, which he was also seen wearing to watch a basketball game, where his beloved La Lakers played the Dallas Mavericks.
See him proudly showing off his outfit below:
However, last month their frontman Anthony Kiedis was thrown out from a recent Lakers game for displaying nightmarish behaviour.
The Under The Bridge singer was watching the LA Lakers play the Houston Rockets at the Staples Center on Saturday (20 July) with bassist Flea, when he got very confrontational and was asked to leave.
Following some drama on the court, a video shared on Twitter sees the Dark Necessities singer giving Houston Rockets player Chris Paul the middle finger and even squaring up to the team's staff.
Watch him in action, in a video shared on Twitter by @MGRADS, here:
How you gonna throw out a LA Legend? Anthony Kiedis a real one too.— GRADS (@MGRADS) October 21, 2018
Meanwhile the Chili Peppers have revealed that new music is on the way.
At New York Fashion Week, Kiedis told the NY Post that the veteran band will be heading into the studio in “about two weeks”.
The new record - their twelfth studio album - will be the follow-up to 2016’s The Getaway, which spawned the singles Dark Necessities and Go Robot.
That LP was produced by Danger Mouse, who replaced the Chili Peppers’ long-term collaborator Rick Rubin after a quarter of a century.
Kiedis also told the New York Post that his distinctive moustache would also be a feature of the album: “If my son asked me to shave it, I would shave it,” he explained.
“But he loves it.”
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