The group are set to land in the UK for their debut live shows in the country next month
Brockhampton have issued an open casting call to their fans in London and the UK for a mysterious new project.
The LA collective will visit the UK next month for a small set of shows as part of their debut European tour, with a pair of sold-out gigs at the north London venue KOKO set for August 20-21.
The group have now issued an open casting call to their UK fans, inviting them to audition for the as-yet-unannounced project.
The sheet, which has been shared by Brockhampton’s de facto leader Kevin Abstract, says that “young people” of “all backgrounds and colours” are being sought, with “no acting experience needed”.
Any Brockhampton fans interested in applying should email firstname.lastname@example.org with photos and a link to their Instagram profile.
The group have recently released a series of singles, including the songs ‘1998 Truman’ and ‘1999 Wildfire’. The tracks are set to feature on Brockhampton’s upcoming new studio project, ‘The Best Years Of Our Lives’.
- Brockhampton’s ‘1998 Truman’ is on the NME Audio playlist. Click here for information on how to tune in to NME1 and NME2
That record will be their first full release since the departure of rapper Ameer Vann from the group in May following numerous allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse.