Self stylized boy-band Brockhampton made a massive wave in 2017, dropping two albums and preparing the final installment of the Saturation trilogy for release tomorrow. And while the project was touted as being their "last studio album," one thing must be considered. The group, including the particularly vocal Kevin Abstract, are notorious trolls. Today, the group hit up Zane Lowe for an in depth interview, and the whole "last studio album" debacle was quickly addressed. When Zane Lowe noted the open interpretation of "studio" album, the group burst out laughing, with Abstract saying "we make all our albums at our house." After Zane joking refers to it as "the biggest troll," Abstract claims that "the final studio album" makes the whole rollout sound even more epic. Luckily, the group proceeded to announce a fourth album, Group Effort, coming next year.
The group goes on to preview a brand new song called "Stains," which finds the group dropping knowledge over a washed out synth loop. "I spent like a year and half on a greyhound bus on the way to see this girl," raps Ameer Vann, "take a flight back just to keep my job, used to fly standby, late to the airport."
Spent like a year and a half feeling sorry for myself
'Cause I thought love ain't make sense anymore
If I drank you would probably see a fifth on the floor
No holdin' the door, rest a few more