Self proclaimed Texan "boy-band" Brockhampton have blessed us with their official debut studio album Saturation. While the album is laced from front to back with consistent, crisp production and a refreshing variety of voices, "Bank" stands out as one of the more immediate bangers. With a vocal sample driven beat laced by Jabari Manwa, Brockhampton's core players drive a melodic, threatening hook into your skull.
While the verses aren't as lyrical as some of the other album cuts, "Bank" is a great introduction to the album's sonic direction. If you're feeling this, there's more where that came from on Saturation
Exercising my endorphin's since you told me you was walkin'
I've been searchin, huntin, crawlin
Whats it costin me it ain't doing much, saucin me through a loop
I hush the voices in my head for a minute so I can listen to you