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BROCKHAMPTON Drop Their 6th Studio Album and Unveil a New Mural in Sydney

To celebrate the release of ‘Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine’, BROCKHAMPTON visit Sydney in the form of an epic mural, courtesy of Inari.

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BROCKHAMPTON, the 13-deep hip-hop collective has always had a special relationship with Sydney. The group have put on some massive shows there across multiple tours and in 2018 they even took over a local cinema, packing it out with fans to film the music video for ‘New Orleans’.

After a series of cryptic clues and messages during the lead-up to their massive new album ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE, BROCKHAMPTON have finally touched down in Sydney (sort-of) in the most COVID-safe way they can—in the form of a huge Mural behind Mary’s in Newtown, courtesy of artist Inari. Despite not being able to physically be in Australia due to the global pandemic, the band has let fans down-under know that they haven’t been forgotten, and they still plan to touch down on our shores as soon as possible.

Fans in Sydney are invited to come down and take a look and grab some photos with the mural which can be found at 6 Mary St, Newtown and stream their huge new 13-track project on all services now. Additionally, fans who head down to the location will be able to scan a unique QR code enabling them to insert themselves into the ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE artwork (take a sneak peek here).

Follow BROCKHAMPTON here for more and stream Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine below.


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