The thermographic camera-shot clip has been released ahead of the imminent arrival of the group's new album 'Iridescence'
Brockhampton have shared a brand new video for their song ‘J’OUVERT’ – watch the clip below.
The California group are gearing up to release their new album ‘Iridescence’ tomorrow (September 21). It’ll be their first full album release since the departure of rapper Ameer Vann back in May, and follows on from ‘SATURATION III’, which came out back in December.
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Brockhampton have previewed ‘Iridescence’ with the release today (September 20) of ‘J’OUVERT’ and its accompanying video. Directed by Spencer Ford and shot entirely on an infrared thermographic camera, the resulting effect makes for a trippy watch as members of the self-appointed boy band rap and sing along to the track.
The group have also noted that the video was filmed in London, where the overwhelming majority of ‘Iridescence’ was also recorded.
Watch Brockhampton’s new video for ‘J’OUVERT’ below.
Prior to announcing ‘Iridescence’, Brockhampton officially released three singles – ‘1999 WILDFIRE’, ‘1998 TRUMAN’ and ‘1997 DIANA’. However, none of those song have been included on the final tracklist of the new album.
As well as the release of a new record, Brockhampton are also releasing a making-of documentary titled ‘The Longest Summer in America’.