BROCKHAMPTON have offered up a teaser for their upcoming web series, taking fans behind the scenes with Keeping The Band.
No matter how you look at it, BROCKHAMPTON have managed to become one of the most beloved and prolific artists in recent years.
Having kicked things off back in 2015, the last two years have seen the group release a total of five albums, with their latest – Ginger – being released back in August.
With a sudden rise to fame, the group have previously taken a look back at the dark side of their history, including the departure of founding member Ameer Vann in their The Longest Summer In America documentary.
KEEPING THE BAND
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— BROCKHAMPTON (@brckhmptn) November 5, 2019
Now, following on from frontman Kevin Abstract’s revelation that BROCKHAMPTON is “going to be over in a few albums“, they’ve offered us another look inside the walls of the fragile tower, sharing a trailer for their new series Keeping The Band.
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Scheduled to arrive this month, Keeping The Band is set to give fans an in-depth look behind the scenes, with footage showing the group hard at work backstage, while heated arguments abound, proving it hasn’t always been smooth sailing for the outfit.
“Y’all ain’t performing like performers right now,” Abstract can be heard saying at one point. “Y’all don’t look like performers out here. What the fuck are you doing?”
While it remains to be seen just when the new series will arrive, it’s clear that it will premiere long before BROCKHAMPTON return to Australia early next year for an appearance on the FOMO 2020 lineup. Check out all the details below.
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FOMO 2020 Lineup
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
Saturday, January 4th (16+)
Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane, QLD
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Sunday, January 5th (16+)
Elder Park, Adelaide, SA
Saturday, January 11th (18+)
Parramatta Park, Sydney, NSW
Sunday, January 12th (16+)
Melbourne Showgrounds, Melbourne, VIC
FOMO Festival sideshows:
Friday, January 10th
Belvoir Ampitheatre, Perth, WA
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