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LA-based art-rap collective Brockhampton have announced details of their new documentary, The Longest Summer In America.
Ahead of the release of new album Iridescence, the massively popular group have confirmed that the documentary will screen worldwide on September 20.
In the first trailer, Brockhampton can be heard their reactions to signing a mega-bucks record deal with RCA.
It also takes a darker turn as they address sexual misconduct allegations against former member Ameer Vann.
It’s not clear if the documentary is directly linked to Iridescence – but it shows the group recording the album at London’s Abbey Road studios.
Announcing the album on Twitter, group leader Kevin Abstract wrote: “Not tryna lead anyone on or anything i just want us to keep making stuff we’re proud of and put it out when we’re ready i mean it from the bottom of my heart when i say thank you for your patience. iridescence.”
Watch the trailer below:
THE LONGEST SUMMER IN AMERICA pic.twitter.com/84cDXVMV14
— BROCKHAMPTON (@brckhmptn) September 11, 2018