Brockhampton Is Taking An ‘Indefinite Hiatus’

Brockhampton Is Taking An ‘Indefinite Hiatus’

Brockhampton dropped the bombshell immediately that followers have been fearing for some time. The group is breaking apart after a virtually decade-long run as hip-hop’s preeminent “boy band.” A press release tweeted out from the @brockhampton account out at 10 a.m. PT defined that following their two exhibits in London in February and their two performances at each weekends of Coachella in April, the group can be on an “indefinite hiatus” and that 40-plus tour dates in 2022 can be cancelled. The full assertion reads:

“Brockhampton’s upcoming exhibits on the O2 Academy Brixton in London and at Coachella can be our performances as a gaggle. All different tour dates are canceled, efficient instantly. refunds for all tickets and VIP packages can be accessible on the level of buy.

Following these 4 performances, we can be taking an indefinite hiatus as a gaggle.

From the underside of our hearts, thanks for being on this journey with us. We wouldn’t be right here with out our followers. We hope we’ve been in a position to encourage you as a lot as you may have these previous eight years.

We are bonded and grateful to you for all times.”

Back in May of 2021, shortly after the San Marcos, Texas-forged group’s closing album, Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine was launched, de facto chief Kevin Abstract defined in a tweet that “everyone simply getting a lil older and bought quite a bit to say outdoors of group tasks,” and that “this subsequent venture we’re simply doing what’s ceremony.”

As defined within the assertion, refunds for tickets to the Here Right Now Tour can be provided at level of buy.

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