They will address the sexual misconduct allegations against their ex-band member Ameer Van
Good news for avid fans of the 14-piece boyband Brockhampton. The boys are currently touring the world playing the songs of their last three albums, and they've released announced yet another album (named Iridescence). Now, word has dropped of their upcoming documentary chronicling their meteoric rise.
The Longest Summer in America will arrive on screens around the world, and although the only dates confirmed for now are in the USA, a London screening session is scheduled. The black and white trailer tracks the band as they sign to RCA, find their feet, and grapple with internal conflicts.
It will address the controversy surrounding the sexual allegations against their ex-band member, Ameer Van, who was kicked out of the group in May after multiple claims of sexual misconduct. Subsequently, the remaining members released an announcment via social media but this will be the first time the band revisit how this impacted the group as a whole.
According to the short clip, the boys spent a lot of time in London’s iconic Abbey Road Studios (cue comparisons to The Beatles), where they recorded bits of their next album over a period of 10 days.
Oh and the band also have new Iridescence merch on their way. What an album rollout, take my money.
Watch the trailer below.