Brockhampton’s highly anticipated new album, Iridescence, is finally out.
The 15-track release was recorded earlier this year in London’s legendary Abbey Road Studios and also “the BH Factory” in Hawaii, according to a tweet from the band.
It’s part of a trilogy titled the best years of our lives, which follows last year’s Saturation album trilogy. Iridescence is also Brockhampton’s first album without Ameer Vann, who was ejected from the group over sexual assault allegations.
Brockhampton have adopted infrared colors as their aesthetics of this new era, leaving behind the blue body paint of the Saturation period. Their new video for “J’ouvert”—which might refer to the street party part of the annual Carnival celebration observed by Caribbean communities worldwide—appears to have been shot entirely with a thermal imaging camera.
Watch the video for “J’ouvert” below:
Listen to Iridescence below: