Following their breakout trilogy of Saturation albums last summer, Brockhampton will return with their fourth studio album in September.
Making the announcement on social media Sunday afternoon, the group shared an image that revealed, "Brockhampton's 4th studio album will be released this September." The project will be titled Iridescence and according to the announcement, it was created in London.
Group member Kevin Abstract added some additional context, tweeting, "brand new music brand new feelings iridescence." He told fans, "I just want us to keep making stuff we’re proud of and put it out when we’re ready I mean it from the bottom of my heart when I say thank you for your patience."
Brockhampton had previously announced albums called Team Effort and Puppy, but they put all projects on hold when original member Ameer Vann was accused by multiple women of being "emotionally manipulative and mentally abusive." Vann was kicked out of the group in May as the remaining members of Brockhampton told fans, "We do not tolerate abuse of any kind. This not a solution to their suffering, but we hope this is a step in the right direction. We are going to cancel the remaining dates of our current US tour to go home and regroup."
In June, the group returned with a new song on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and announced an album called The Best Years of Our Lives, but it seems that project has been replaced by Iridescence.
Speaking on the album's creation, Abstract tweeted, "I don’t know if I would have been able to write another record if we didn’t come to europe - thanks for all the positive love man it was surreal this year has been one long ass dream. iridescence."