BROCKHAMPTON have announced their new album Iridescence will drop in September. After posters were recently spotted ahead of their performance at Reading Festival in the U.K., the All-American boyband took to social media to make the announcement about their fourth studio album on Sunday, with group member Kevin Abstract tweeting “brand new music brand new feelings iridescence.”
According to the announcement, the album was “made in London,” and Abstract elaborated the impact recording in Europe had on the band – “i don’t know if i would have been able to write another record if we didn’t come to europe.”
Iridescence will be the follow up to BROCKHAMPTON’s 2017 album SATURATION III. Since it was released, the group dealt with the departure of founding member Ameer Vann due to sexual abuse allegations, and announced albums called PUPPY and the best years of our lives, which they revealed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in addition to a new song called “TONYA.”
They have also recently released singles “1998 TRUMAN,” “1997 DIANA,” “DON’T BE FAMOUS,” and “1999 WILDFIRE,” which you can revisit below.
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