Brockhampton’s new album will be out next week (artwork & tracklist revealed)
Brockhampton have finally revealed the release date for their highly anticipated new album Iridescence: it’s out next week (9/21) via Question Everything/RCA. They’ve also revealed the artwork (above) and tracklist and back cover (below). And they mentioned it’ll be the first album in a trilogy called The Best Years of Our Lives (a title they revealed earlier this year). The new album features the song “Tonya,” which Brockhampton debuted on The Tonight Show with help from serpentwithfeet, Jazmine Sullivan, and Ryan Beatty earlier this year, though video of that performance has been taken offline.
As mentioned, Brockhampton also have a new documentary, The Longest Summer In America, which screens in LA on 9/17 alongside a Q&A with the group, and then in NYC, Chicago, Seattle, Austin, Houston, Dallas, San Francisco, Atlanta, and other international cities on 9/20. (The NYC screenings are 2, 5, and 8 PM at AMC Loews 19th St East 6.) All screenings are $1 to get into.
While no music is out from the album yet, you can stream a recent non-album single:
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