The All-American boy-band BROCKHAMPTON has been busy this summer inching towards the release of their upcoming album, THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES. In preparation, they have announced a Beats 1 radio show titled Things We Lost in the Fire; the show is full of Summer jams selected by band-members from a profusion of artists including Lil Jon and Pat Benatar. Using their radio show as a platform, they've released singles "Tonya," "1999 Wildfire," "1998 Truman." The most recent addition to the list is "1997 Diana" which dropped at the conclusion of their third #TWLF episode. Its release is accompanied by a music video directed by the bands leading member Kevin Abstract. The track name is purportedly alluding to the late Princess Diana who passed in 1997, but Abstract's video is in true BROCKHAMPTON fashion— chock-full of high energy shots following the band members in sweaty locker rooms and basketball courts.
BROCKHAMPTON debuts Kevin Abstract-directed video for "1997 DIANA"
2 years ago by Claire Ruder