Clocking in at approximately 45 minutes, the 13-track project features guest appearances from
The boys found themselves physically further apart since leaving the home they all first shared in Los Angeles in 2016, but the distance only served as a testament to how strong their bond was as both colleagues and brothers. ROADRUNNER narrates the highs and lows of the former self-identified boyband as they grappled with the weight of isolation, identity and unexpected personal loss, almost reassambling in order to find “the light” — the group opened themselves up to a wider range of collaborators this time around, and even had member Jabari Manwa, who regularly acts as an in-house producer, step out of his comfort zone and enter the realm as a vocalist and performer. The boys step out refreshed and more self-assured than ever, and if it’s true that ROADRUNNER and its followup album are the
Stream BROCKHAMPTON’s ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE on Spotify and Apple Music.
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