Brockhampton have shared the video for their new song ‘1998 Truman’, check it out below.
The track debuted on Beats 1 last night, and comes accompanied with a music video directed by the band’s Kevin Abstract.
The release comes shortly after the rap collective released ‘1999 Wildfire’ last week, which features Atlanta rapper Jazze Pha.
Meanwhile, Brockhampton recently announced their new album ‘the best years of our lives’. The group had previously said their next album ‘Puppy’ would be released in June 2018, but the project was put on hold after member Ameer Vann was accused of sexual misconduct. Vann has denied the claims.
The band gave their first performance since removing Vann from their line-up on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last month (June 20), in which they performed new song ‘Tonya’ and announced ‘the best years of our lives.’ It is unclear whether ‘Puppy’ has been scrapped completely or given a new name.
Brockhampton will make their first appearances in the UK later this summer. They will play two sold-out shows at London’s Koko on August 20 and 21 before playing at this year’s Reading & Leeds Festivals.
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