Red Hot Chili Peppers Release Video For “Brendan’s Death Song”


Red Hot Chili Peppers are back today with the release of their brand new music video for the I’m With You track “Brendan’s Death Song” and can be seen right here. This touching song is in remembrance of their late friend Brendan Mullen, who was a founder of late Seventies Hollywood punk club the Masque.

The jazz-themed funeral procession is eerie in its own way but RHCP fans can definitely identify with them. Such a bold message from their 2011 release. Read what bassist Flea has to say to about their friend Brendan Mullen below and be sure to watch the video over at Rolling Stone now.

“It was a huge step for us to get that gig,” Flea said in an interview in 2009. “But in a much more important way, I felt profoundly validated to be accepted and acknowledged by Brendan Mullen, who was a crucial part – a hub – of a scene that for me had mythological status.”

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