BROCKHAMPTON are bringing a radio show called "THINGS WE LOST IN THE FIRE" to Apple's Beats 1. The boy band's co-founder Kevin Abstract tweeted the announcement on Thursday with the caption "new music all summer." That could be a reference to material taken from BROCKHAMPTON's forthcoming album the best years of our lives.
In June, BROCKHAMPTON performed a new song called "Tonya" on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. It was the band's first public performance after the departure of founding member Ameer Vann following a series of sexual assault allegations. The band's album Puppy was "pushed back" following the charges against Vann.
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