Brockhampton + Slowthai
Time Out says
After signing to a major label, touring the world and experiencing the creative burnout and growing pains that often accompany a meteoric rise, the remaning 13 members of self-described hip-hop "boy band" Brockhampton needed a change of pace. They moved out of the Los Angeles house that they shared and began coming together to work and attend weekly group therapy sessions (lead by actor Shia LaBeouf, oddly enough). After years of living and working in close proximinty to one another, Brockhampton's latest record, GINGER, is relfective of the collective's disjointed new reality, populating a new batch of distorted beats with introspective verses that deal with mental health and interpersonal relationships. We expect that even the record's most inert tracks will be infused with some manic live energy when Brockhampton (accompanied by British rapper Slothai) brings its Heaven Belongs to You Tour to the Aragon.