RHCP release Look Around video

2012-01-26 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 27 Comments
Red Hot Chili Peppers have released their video for the "Look Around" single, off their latest album 'I'm With You'.

There is also a message posted along with the video that reads:

"The Red Hot Chili Peppers are excited to show you their new video for 'Look Around'. The band performed in separate rooms in one take and all four were filmed simultaneously by four cameras in the round!

Each room loosely represented the band members' personalities, so almost all the props and artwork in the rooms came from their personal collections.

Stay tuned for a special version of the video that lets you control which room you want to watch!"

The video can be watched on their official website at http://redhotchilipeppers.com/news/

Tagged: Red Hot Chili Peppers

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dimsim3478
January 26th 2012
7200 Comments


Song is great but video is kind of just a bloated, rather simplistic artistic premise.

Is Josh really that emo or what?

SabertoothMonocle
January 26th 2012
493 Comments


man... can't they hurry up and release Ethiopia as a single? Best track on the album

Sirob
January 26th 2012
2653 Comments


this is actually pretty cool. definitely one of the better songs from the new album as well.

bloc
January 26th 2012
38034 Comments


Awesome video. Always wanted to make one with this concept.

Digging: Edan - Beauty and the Beat

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
January 26th 2012
3993 Comments


the video is really cool and I really dig this concept

Digging: Brant Bjork - Tao of the Devil

Tyler.
January 26th 2012
8208 Comments


that was actually pretty neat, i've always kinda liked this band

ThePac
January 26th 2012
219 Comments


i'd stayed clear of picking this album up but those josh licks were sounding sweet, might take a dive

fuckthatnoise
January 26th 2012
1479 Comments


the "guitar solo" after the first chorus is hilarious.

AsoTamaki
January 26th 2012
2525 Comments


These guys never disappoint with their videos. Good stuff.

greg84
Emeritus
January 26th 2012
7555 Comments


The room of the new guitar player seems boring. Otherwise, it's a cool video with a clever concept. The song's quite enjoyable too.

Digging: SubRosa - For This We Fought the Battle of Ages

Ommushwo
January 26th 2012
113 Comments


They are just monsters of rhythm. I miss the Frusciantiness though.

tommygun
January 26th 2012
26262 Comments


Great video, Flea still only wearing his jocks at that age is hilarious

iambandersnatch
January 26th 2012
1607 Comments


This is my least favorite song off this album, but it's still decent. Video concept is cool.

InFiction
January 26th 2012
3827 Comments


Awesome song and interesting video.
Wish they'd do a video for Did I Let You Know.

tommygun
January 26th 2012
26262 Comments


^

Omg this. Did I Let You Know is best song on the album for me. Not really bothered what songs are singles for listening purposes (I don't really listen to the radio) but these guys usually have excellent videos so it'd be nice if the song was up to scratch

Yazz_Flute
January 26th 2012
18938 Comments


Yeah Did I Let You Know is my favorite too.

I like this song much better than Rain Dance Maggie.

Yazz_Flute
January 26th 2012
18938 Comments


I laughed so hard when Anthony took his shirt off at the beginning.

tommygun
January 26th 2012
26262 Comments


Yeah Maggie is pretty cool but it has an awful chorus. Actually that's the problem with a lot of songs on this record

SabertoothMonocle
January 26th 2012
493 Comments


the "guitar solo" after the first chorus is hilarious.

haha word up brotherman

SabertoothMonocle
January 26th 2012
493 Comments


I think Tim Burton directed Klinghoffer's room

Yuma310
January 26th 2012
1656 Comments


now i know why i sold this album. it had some decent tracks but over all was meh

Jade
Emeritus
January 26th 2012
10675 Comments


This is awesome

Digging: clipping. - Splendor and Misery

iambandersnatch
January 27th 2012
1607 Comments


"Yeah Maggie is pretty cool but it has an awful chorus. Actually that's the problem with a lot of songs on this record"

That's why Look Around is my least favorite song on the album, that chorus gets old really fast.

tommygun
January 27th 2012
26262 Comments


Yeah Kiedis sounds nasal as hell

WhiteNoise
January 27th 2012
3464 Comments


Did I let you know is my favourite too, good to see this band still getting some love here. Love the video although I was more pumped about hearing A DOT HACKER EP GETTING RELEASED NEXT MONTH!

also this band needs to tour Australia already...

tommygun
January 27th 2012
26262 Comments


Fuck yeah really excited about Dot Hacker, shame though there's only one song on the EP that we haven't already heard. Still, there's a full length coming later in the year which should be amazing

MO
January 28th 2012
20955 Comments


great stuff

anyone else notice the joy division poster?



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