Brockhampton have begun the rollout for their next album.
The group revealed plans for a new LP titled Iridescence on social media, changing the previously announced title of Puppy. The upcoming project is scheduled to be released in September.
The album announcement comes on the heels of Brockhampton’s new show Things We Lost In The Fire Radio, which began airing on Apple Music’s Beats 1 Radio in July. The Kevin Abstract-led group has premiered songs such as “1998 Truman” on their program since its debut.
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The upcoming album will be Brockhampton’s fourth studio effort and the follow-up to 2017’s Saturation III.
Iridescence will be the group’s first project without Ameer Vann, who exited Brockhampton amid controversy after allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse surfaced in May.