The internet’s first boyband is coming to the Observatory

BROCKHAMPTON is an alternative hip hop boyband founded by musician and filmmaker, Kevin Abstract. He gathered 12 friends from high school and from the internet forum KanyeToThe, and they called themselves BROCKHAMPTON. They moved into a house in South Central Texas to create all day long and record their mixtape, “All-American Trash.” What really captured people’s attention, however, was their debut album, “SATURATION,” released early June. Abstract has support from Tyler the Creator of Odd Future and popular TV channel VICELAND.

Click here to watch the trailer for “AMERICAN BOYBAND,” airing on VICELAND. The T.V. series follows BROCKHAMPTON members on tour with Abstract for his album, “American Boyfriend.”

Late August, BROCKHAMPTON released their sophomore album, “SATURATION II.” The same day, Abstract announced on Twitter that “SATURATION” would be a trilogy. Fans are hungry for the group’s last installment, which is expected to drop before the end of 2017. 

Check out BROCKHAMPTON’s music video for their second single, “SWAMP,” off of “SATURATION II.”

BROCKHAMPTON, now based in L.A., started their first official North American tour, “Jennifer’s Tour,” earlier this month. General admission tickets are $20 for the Observatory North Park show on Oct. 2. Doors open at 8 p.m. Make sure to get there early to catch Abstract’s opening DJ set with Romil. 

Hope to see you all there! 

Cassidy Ta