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- 03 Jun 21
Brockhampton shared details of the deluxe version of ROADRUNNER: NEWLIGHT, NEW MACHINE.
Brockhampton dropped the music video for ‘DON’T SHOOT UP THE PARTY’ from their latest album, ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE on Wednesday, June 2nd.
The chaotic music video features the collective worshipping a gas canister, burying someone alive and plenty of home-video style shaky cam. The video was co-directed by group leader Kevin Abstract alongside Dan Streit and Cole Kush.
Brockhampton also announced a deluxe version of Roadrunner titled ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE PLUS RACK featuring four new tracks which were previously only available on physical copies of the album.
The deluxe edition of Roadrunner goes on sale on Friday, featuring bonus tracks ‘JEREMIAH (ORIGINAL)’, ‘PRESSURE / BOW WOW’, ‘SEX’, and ‘JEREMIAH (RMX).’ The four new songs will be included on the group’s upcoming vinyl release.
The vinyl release will include two editions – The Light Edition, pressed on coloured vinyl, and The Machine Edition – which is exclusively available online and pressed on black vinyl with alternative artwork. Pre-orders for the vinyls are available from Friday. Both the limited edition vinyls and deluxe album are available on the collective’s merchandise store.
Brockhampton performed ‘DON’T SHOOT UP THE PARTY’ on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in May. The boy band released ‘BUZZCUT’ and ‘COUNT ON ME’ as singles for the album. Roadrunner is the first of two albums planned by the group for 2021 with their next possibly being their last.
The group will tour Europe in 2022 with two dates in the Olympia theatre on the 30th and 31st of January. The tour was originally scheduled for 2020, but was postponed due to the pandemic. An extra date was added for the Olympia theatre. The collective will also perform in Belfast on the 1st of February.
Watch the video for ‘DON’T SHOOT UP THE PARTY’ below.