For his latest edition of the beloved Late Late Show segment, James Corden hit the road with six-time Grammy winners, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, for a ride worthy of its late-night time slot.
As they cruised through the bands greatest hits, including classics like "Californication," "City of Angels" and "Give It Away," the band immediately got comfortable in Corden's car, so much so that at one point, lead singer Anthony Kiedis, bass player Flea and Corden stripped out of their shirts in solidarity.
"As soon as I took the top off, it made me feel great," the host admitted after finishing an enthusiastic solo for "The Zephyr Song."
It seems not even the band itself can avoid the mesmerizing powers of their greatest hits. "I find my greatest purpose in life when I'm completely lost in the music," Flea admitted.