Watch Kevin Abstract’s “Miserable America” Video

Racism and homophobia take a beating in the new visual.

Brockhampton's Kevin Abstract's new video for "Miserable America" deals with the intersection of racism and homophobia, and how to destroy bigots. In the self-directed video, Abstract is being held in "Mr. Red's Conversion Camp" where he is literally being dangled from the ceiling. One of the women surrounding Abstract decides to take action against hate, and gets a little blood on her hands in the process.

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The track comes from Abstract's 2016 album American Boyfriend.

The Brockhampton founder has been busy recently. The collective recently dropped their debut album Saturation, announced a tour, and revealed that Saturation II is coming some time in August.

When speaking to The FADER recently, Abstract spoke highly of the collective's ambitions. "I think what we're doing hasn't really ever been done before," he said.

Watch the "Miserable America" video above.

Watch Kevin Abstract’s “Miserable America” Video