BROCKHAMPTON will soon unveil the third installment of their SATURATION trilogy and “final” album ever on Friday. Before the L.A.-based boy band calls it quits, they’re making sure their final run is one for the books. Ahead of the group’s album release, BROCKHAMPTON doled out a new visual for “Boogie,” where they head on a chaotic adventure and wreak havoc on a local convenience store.
The Kevin Abstract-directed visual opens with the rap collective at a local grocery store in the Van Nuys neighborhood of Los Angeles. Each member delivers their verses from different areas in the grocery store, from Abstract rapping in the aisles to Joba chilling in the freezer.
At one point, the group is dressed in orange jumpsuits with their bodies completely doused in blue paint as they take their adventure elsewhere and head to a pizza shop.
In tandem with “Boogie,” BROCKHAMPTON released a 22-minute short film titled Billy Star, centered on a teenage love story with new music that could very well appear on the collective’s upcoming album.
Watch “Boogie” and Billy Star below.