BROCKHAMPTON, the Kevin Abstract-led collective from Texas, has found some major success this Summer thanks in part to their effort Saturation, but before they even dropped off that album back in June, Kevin tweeted out that they were already working on its sequel. “We will also release our 2nd album this summer,” Kev tweeted out back on June 3rd.
While having spent that past few weeks rolling out new music in its support, including "Gummy," “Swamp,” “Junky,” & this week’s “Sweet” releases to name a few, Brockhampton decided to come through a couple weeks ago & announce the release date of August 25th. “Next week bitch” Kevin tweeted out following its official announcement, and alas here we are!
Laced with 16 tracks in total, the follow up to June’s Saturation project comes with no features outside of the fellow crew members like Kevin Abstract, Ameer Vann, Merlyn Wood, JOBA, Matt Champion, Dom Mclennon & more. You might also notice that all the songs are one word titles again too, just like the first instalment of Saturation. Of the 16 records, there’s records like “Queer,” “Jello,” “Jesus,” & “Chick” to name a few.
As for the cover art, you can see group member Ameer Vann on the front cover sitting in an old school vehicle, meanwhile member Robert Ontenient graces the backside in some swim goggles.
Available now on iTunes, fans can stream the project in its entirety via Apple Music. Hit play & let us know what you think.
If you wish to catch the crew on tour, you’re in luck, the Kevin Abstract-led collective is currently on the road for the “Jennifer's Tour.” Peep dates here if interested, and look out for Saturation 3, which has already been announced, to be on the way. Stay tuned.