Brockhampton announce end to an era with concert dates

Brockhampton announce end to an era with concert dates

Washington U.S. January 15 ANI Few days after their forthcoming scheduled appearance at Coachella was announced, the long-running hip-hop group Brockhampton revealed they are taking an indefinite hiatus after that performance and one in London.

According to Variety, Brockhampton's upcoming performances at the O 2 Academy Brixton in London and Coachella will be their final as a group. All other tour dates are canceled immediately. Refunds for all tickets and VIP packages will be available at the point of purchase. After these remaining shows, Brockhampton will take an indefinite hiatus as a group. They invited their fans to come celebrate the end of an era with them at these final performances.

The group wrote on social media: "From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for being on this journey with us." We would not be here without our fans. We hope to inspire you as much as you have been over the past eight years. The group, which has had a wide variety of members over the years, has more than a dozen relatively current members, but the best known is Jabari, Matt Champion, Bearface and Kevin Abstract, Dom McLennon, Joba, Merlyn and Dom McLennon.

Most of the members have been involved in solo projects, particularly Abstract, which Lil Nas XNas X cited as a huge influence on Variety.

Brockhampton was founded on the online fan forum 'KanyeToThe' in 2010 as AliveSinceForever in San Marcos, Texas. The self-proclaimed boy band' later renamed and relocated to Los Angeles, releasing six albums and several films since.

After its 2017 Saturation' album trilogy met critical acclaim, Brockhampton signed a six-album deal with RCA in 2018 and was valued at an estimated USD 15 million. The deal did not include any revenue associated with touring or merchandise, a huge moneymaker for Brockhampton. In 2021, the group released Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine''.

Brockhampton has teased an inevitable breakup for years, but the band will deliver one more album as part of its recording contract.