​Brockhampton Change Album Title Again Before September Release

'Iridescence' will arrive next month
​Brockhampton Change Album Title Again Before September Release
Brockhampton have been teasing their new album all summer, but the group have once again changed the title. First titled PUPPY, then the best years of our lives, the upcoming LP is now going by the name Iridescence. It's expected to arrive in September via Question Everything/RCA Records.
 
The band announced the name change and projected release date on Twitter last night (August 26), also suggesting that the record was largely recorded in London.
 
Bandleader Kevin Abstract even alluded to the fact that the new music had been inspired by his travels to Europe.
 
He then shared an image of a rainbow-coloured couch that could be a hint at the album artwork.
 
So far, we've heard singles "1999 WILDFIRE," "1998 TRUMAN" and "1997 DIANA." A full tracklisting has yet to be revealed, but the band also debuted a track titled "Tonya" back in June; Tonya Harding's infamous attack on Nancy Kerrigan took place in 1994 in case you want to place it in the timeline.
 
The band's last studio album arrived last December with Saturation III.