Watch Brockhampton mingle with the crowd in ‘New Orleans’ video

Brockhampton mingle with the crowd in ‘New Orleans’ video

Another ‘iridescence’ visual is here!

Brockhampton released their new album ‘iridescence’ last Friday, and have now shared another video from it.

After sharing a video for ‘San Marcos’ earlier this week, the band have now shared a new visual for album opener ‘New Orleans’.

The clip sees the band mingling with the crowd, trading frenzied verses onstage and in the aisles.

‘iridescence’ was recorded over ten days in Abbey Road Studios, after the band finished up their debut European tour last month, where they played huge shows at Reading and Leeds and two nights at London’s KOKO.

In our five star review of the album, we wrote: “It’s not an album that feels like it’s trying to claw back the past - in fact, it’s defined by its pursuit of newness. After ‘Saturation”s freewheeling spirit and an insatiable appetite for fun, ‘iridescence’ had to confront the past nine months, and make a statement as to how the band move forward. It does so emphatically.”

Read the review in full here, and watch the ‘New Orleans’ video below.

Read More

Unite and conquer: Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes

Unite and conquer: Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes

Over the last five years, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have blazed a cathartic trail across the world. As they release third album ‘End of Suffering’, they dig deep for the sake of sparking hope.

The world according to Stella Donnelly

The world according to Stella Donnelly

Across her debut album, the Perth musician finds herself tackling gender equality, sexual harassment and Australian nationalism, capturing a society in transition.

Join the dots: ALASKALASKA

Join the dots: ALASKALASKA

The London jazz-pop five-piece present their dreamy debut album, but it comes along with the bite of social commentary.

Other People’s Problems: Foxygen

Other People’s Problems: Foxygen

Refusing to tour, railing against the industry and sitting on a tell-all memoir, with new LP ‘Seeing Other People’, LA duo Foxygen are teetering on the edge of collapse – or is it all just an act?