We can stop guessing when BROCKHAMPTON will be dropping new music. In a video teaser yesterday, the group revealed that their fifth studio album GINGER is slated to drop some time in August. During a performance at Bilbao Live in Spain this past weekend, they also debuted a new song from the forthcoming project. Check it out below.

Earlier this month the rap collective took to Twitter to share a snippet of new music and seemingly tease the arrival of new their highly-anticipated album. Watch the Matt Champion-starring teaser below.

In an interview published in June, frontman Kevin Abstract stated that the album is going to be a summer-ready one. "Feel-good. Not too sad and like, 'Oh, our life sucks,' just more like, 'Just enjoy what's in front of you.'"

He likened the new material to OutKast's "Hey Ya!" and said, "Something we're doing is putting those type of lyrics—like this shit is trash, anxiety, depression, all that stuff—taking those type of lyrics and putting it on a song that a bunch of people could dance to or something."

GINGER will serve as the follow-up to BROCKHAMPTON's 2018 album iridescence.

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