Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea Says He Is Honored To Be A Part Of New Sparks Documentary

Red Hot Chili Peppers co-founder and vocalist, Flea shared his feelings about being a part of the upcoming document of the iconic rock duo, Sparks on his Twitter account.

As you may remember, Sparks’s twenty-fourth studio album, ‘A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip’ was digitally released on May 15, 2020. The release of physical copies was delayed for a while due to the global pandemic. The band also postponed their European tours to 2022 and they stated that they were back at the studio for the next album. They also announced their new documentary.

‘The Sparks Brothers’ is a documentary film about fifty years of Sparks’ musical career and experiences featuring interviews with special guest stars. It was directed by Edgar Wright and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 30, 2021. ‘The Sparks Brothers’ will be coming to the movies on June 18, 2021. Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea, Weird Al Yankovic, Beck, Tony Visconti, and Björk took place in the movie as special guest stars.

As one of the guest stars, Flea stated that he was very honored and happy to be a part of ‘The Sparks Brothers’ documentary. He reflected his admiration of the legendary duo, Sparks, and their works. In addition to that, Flea appreciated Edgar Wright’s way of directing the movie by being careful about every important detail about the history of Sparks on his Twitter.

Here’s what he wrote:

Honored to be a teeny part of this sweeping documentary about the amazing band Sparks. Edgar Wright hit every note. Awesome, funny, poignant, and good.”

You can see the tweet below.

You can watch the trailer below.