Brockhampton has released a music video for single “SUGAR”, directed by the band’s own Kevin Abstract and co-produced by the Safdie Brothers.
The track is taken from the hip hop group’s album Ginger, which came out in August, and follows the release of the visuals for song, “No Halo”.
The video, which debuted yesterday on MTV and in New York’s Times Square, opens with a couple having sex under the gaze of a frowning cartoon sun. The door creaks open to reveal an alien who shoots the guy in the head, before breaking into Ryan Beatty’s opening vocals, naturally.
What follows is a series of incongruous scenes: Matt Champion is rapping with the devil, Bearface is lying on the floor, Abstract is stuck to the ceiling by a green goo, and so on.
Ginger is the follow-up to the hip hop boy band’s 2018 album Iridescence. The group’s Joba was recently heard on Blood Orange’s Angel’s Pulse mixtape.
Check out the video below.