Hip-hop collective Brockhampton have shared a snippet of their forthcoming web series Keeping the Band.
From the brief clip, it looks like it’ll be a fairly in-depth, warts and all kind of look inside the Brockhampton machine – with live footage interspersed with heated backstage arguments.
“Y’all ain’t performing like performers right now. Y’all don’t look like performers out here. What are you doing?” bandleader Kevin Abstract can be heard saying at one point.
Later in the trailer, a fan can be seen running up to Abstract and giving him a hug before saying “My spam account is called kevinabstractisgay.”
It’s not the first time Brockhampton have given fans a look into the band.
Their 2017 Viceland series American Boyband gave a look inside the group’s creative process just prior to the release of debut studio album Saturation, and last year they released feature-length documentary The Longest Summer in America.
Watch the teaser trailer below. Keeping the Band is due out sometime later this month.
Brockhampton released fifth album Ginger back in August of this year. You can catch them in Australia early next year when they perform a run of shows as part of FOMO Festival 2020 alongside Lizzo, Kaytranada, Rico Nasty and more.
KEEPING THE BAND
NOVEMBER 2019 pic.twitter.com/lZGCPNzaPm
— BROCKHAMPTON (@brckhmptn) November 5, 2019