Hip-hop boy band BROCKHAMPTON has kept busy this year. After founding member Ameer Veen left the band amidst sexual misconduct allegations, the band has moved on and has revealed a lot of great things for their fans coming this summer.
Just two weeks after appearing on Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and releasing a brand-new single titled "Tonya," the band announced a new album was coming. Now, BROCKHAMPTON has announced that they will have a new radio show coming to Apple's Beats I.
The radio show is titled Things We Lost in the Fire and co-founder Kevin Abstract sent out a tweet to his fans announcing that the boyband would be releasing "new music all summer." The songs are likely from the upcoming album, The Best Years of our Lives.
Along with the promise of new music, Abstract posted a teaser of the Things We Lost in the Fire radio show, which had them talking about whether people are really "sick" in the head or if it is just the environment that labels them sick.
BROCKHAMPTON was out on tour when the allegations against Ameer Veen hit and they canceled the end of the tour. With the new album coming and the radio show in the works, one wonders if a new tour with the band will be coming by the end of the summer.