Despite a bit of a setback earlier this year, Brockhampton came back stronger than ever. The collective delivered three installments on their Saturation series last year which further solidified themselves as America's favorite boy band. Brockhampton built the anticipation for the fourth studio album throughout the year. Although it went through several name changes, the group finally released Iridescence about a month ago. Last night, they took over Jimmy Fallon's The Tonight Show set for a high-energy performance of their track, "District."

Brockhampton made their way to The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon for a special performance of their track, "District." The collective opened up the performance with violinists playing the intro while they stood under a dimly lit light. Once the beat dropped, Brockhampton began to go buck and even went into the crowd at one point, which appeared to catch a few audience members by surprise. Brockhampton's infectious energy was felt throughout the entire performance.

Even though Brockhampton had a bit of a weird year, the release of Iridescence was clearly worth the wait. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, which marked their first chart-topping project. 

The crew is currently on the road for the "I'll Be There" tour which marks their third North American tour. The tour kicked off in Mesa, AZ on October 3rd and concludes in Las Vegas on December 6th. Brockhampton's next show will be in Toronto tomorrow night (Oct. 25th).