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Aside from a Dua Lipa remixBrockhampton haven't released any new music this year. That is, until this weekend, when the LA-based boy group surprisingly released two new songs “N.S.T.” and “things can’t stay the same” – and apparently they've got more new music on the way.

On Friday, the group held a secret Brockhampton livestream under the name Technical Difficulties Radio. In it, Kevin Abstract announced that they have two new albums almost done, revealing that they plan to release both this year. Abstract also told fans that Brockhampton will be releasing new non-album tracks every Friday.

This is the first original music we've gotten from Brockhampton since they dropped the album GINGER in August, 2019. However, the news of upcoming music is bitter-sweet for fans, since the group announced it will be "over in a few albums" last year.

Until then, enjoy Brockhampton's new songs by streaming them below.

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