BROCKHAMPTON has shared a new music video called ‘The Ending’ featuring frontman Kevin Abstract handling all the vocals and directed by Joshuah Melnick. The Boylife-produced cut comes ahead of BROCKHAMPTON’s album ‘The Family‘ set to arrive on Nov. 17 via Question Everything and RCA Records.

The Ending’ definitely captures the mood that this collective is actually on their final album as we see Kevin in the video drunkenly reflect on the early days of BROCKHAMPTON and their unfortunate breakup.

Director: Joshuah Melnick
Creative: Bearface
Director of Photography: Ashlan Grey
Production Company: Anno
Producer: Brent Assayag / Neema Sadeghi
Production Coordinator: Sydny Furuichi
Steadicam: Garet Jatsek
1st AC: Duy Nguyen
Gaffer: Dimitri Christoforidis
Key Grip: Jackson Mach
Wardrobe: Nick Holiday
PA: Brooke Tobias
Edit/Color: Henock Sileshi
Bartender: Joseph Lopez
Bouncer: Setaleki Manu

The track uses a sample of Willie Hutch’s ‘Let Me Be the One,’ and sirens from ‘Pulsar City Alarm‘ by Adams & Fleisner plus the Mantronix & J Dilla siren.

The Texas-based collective recently shared their first single from the project titled ‘Big Pussy‘ which is also performed by bandleader Kevin Abstract.

The Family‘ will mark Brockhampton’s seventh studio album. They released their ‘Saturation‘ trilogy in 2017, with their fourth album ‘Iridescence‘ arriving in 2018. ‘Ginger‘ was released in 2019, with ‘Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine‘ arriving in 2021.

This the most corrupted vision
I turned my friendship into a business into an empire
Half a million that I wired to my mama, she retired

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