BROCKHAMPTON have just released another visual treat from their newly dropped album, iridescence, in the shape of a video for the track "San Marcos."

The video provides a heartwarming visual accompaniment to the song. While it starts off rather lowkey, featuring close-up shots of key band members spitting bars while pacing the streets of Melbourne, Australia, it results in a singalong with fans, delivering some pretty great feels. Check it out above.

"San Marcos" is the 13th song on BROCKHAMPTON's 15-track album, which includes other bangers such as the already-released "J'ouvert" and "Tonya." Unsurprisingly, these aren't the only great pieces on the album — stream it here.

The video was directed, produced, and edited by four of BROCKHAMPTON's 14 members — Kevin Abstract, Ashlan Grey, Henock Sileshi, and Kevin Doan.

What's your favorite 'iridescence' track? Let us know in the comments.

Want more BROCKHAMPTON? Then read why we think 'iridescence' is a boundary-breaking triumph

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