Get applying! Brockhampton share casting call for new London-based project

Brockhampton share casting call for new London-based project

The band head to the UK for the first time next month as part of a European tour.

Brockhampton are heading to Europe for the first time next month, playing two sold-out London shows as part of a month-long jaunt featuring both festival slots and headline shows.

It looks like the band are set to be filming something special while in the capital, and have put out a casting call for contributors at the project.

The casting call looks for those that are young, London-based and 18+ with no prior acting experience needed.

Over the last three weeks, the band have been releasing new music via their Things We Lost In The Fire radio show on Beats 1 - so far we’ve heard ‘1997 Diana’‘1998 Truman’ and ‘1999 Wildfire’, Brockhampton are back with the video for ‘1997 Diana’.

The band announced their new album ‘the best years of our lives’, due to be released later this year, last month. They’d been previously scheduled to release new album ‘Puppy’ earlier in the year, before band member Ameer Vann was kicked out of the band following allegations of sexual abuse. 

View the band’s EU tour dates and find out how to apply for the new Brockhampton project below.

AUGUST
03 Chicago, Lollapalooza
05 Montreal, Osheaga
08 Oslo, Øya Festival
09-11 Gothenburg, Way Out West
10-11 Copenhagen, Haven Festival
12 Helsinki, Flow Festival
14 Berlin, Festsaal Kreuzberg
08-15 Kiewit, Pukkelpop
17-19 Biddinghuizen, Lowlands Festival
18 Amsterdam, Melkweg
20 London, KOKO
21 London, KOKO
22 Dublin, Helix
24 Paris, Summer Jam
25 Reading Festival
26 Leeds Festival

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