Just a week after sharing the confrontational "Heat," L.A.-based group Brockhampton are back with another new track and video. Making do with limited resources once again, the South Central-shot video sees the group getting a little more goofy this time around. Instead of the destruction of "Face" or the single-take energy of "Heat," the video for the newly released "Gold" sees the group having the time of their lives, wigs included.
Directed by Kevin Abstract and shot by Ashlan Grey once again, the video is one of their most colorful so far. The track features Kevin on the hook, while Matt Champion, Dom McLennon, Merlyn Wood, and Ameer Vann take the verses. Joba also makes an appearance near the end of the song, too. Brockhampton have a new mixtape arriving next month, and we have high hopes based on what we've heard from the release so far. The song is produced by Q3!, a new production duo featuring Brockhampton members Kiko and Jabari.
In other Brockhampton-related news, Viceland shared the trailer for Kevin Abstract and Brockhampton's new show, which you can see below. Watch the video for "Gold" above.