Brockhampton have dropped a wild new video for “Don’t Shoot Up the Party,” as well as the deluxe edition of their latest album Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine.
The visual was co-directed by the group’s Kevin Abstract, Dan Streit and Cole Kush, and features blurry scenes of a party, a death, a burial and more. The haphazard clip is underscored by the song’s heavy lyrics and sporadic production, courtesy of Dom McLennon, Goldwash, VIDEO STORE, Joba, Jabari Manwa and Baird.
“All-American self-hatred runs deep / White boys all I see whenever I sleep / N***as think I think these thoughts on purpose / But I knew ’bout *NSYNC ’fore cash could rule me,” Abstract spits.
As part of the album’s deluxe edition, Brockhampton have issued on streaming services four bonus tracks that were previously only available with Roadrunner’s physical copies: namely, “Jeremiah (Original),” “Pressure / Bow Wow” featuring ssgkobe, “Sex” and “Jeremiah (RMX).”
Brockhampton have also released two vinyl editions of the album, which are available for pre-order here.
Watch the new video for “Don’t Shoot Up the Party” below:
And stream the deluxe edition of Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine here: