BROCKHAMPTON ends 6 month live hiatus with a spectacular set at Governors Ball

By Donovan Carter

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BROCKHAMPTON‘s set at Governors Ball showed the world why the group is the self proclaimed “Best Boyband since One Direction.”

When walking over to the set, I was excited about the groups’ performance knowing that this was their first set at a U.S festival since kicking out band member Ameer Van from the group. Ameer was a key element of the groups success but after countless allegations of sexual abuse and robbery charges, the group decided to cut ties with the artist.

The groups’ energy was amazing and every artists put their all into each lyric. The group started their performance off with doing standout singles for the latest album Iridescence before performing classics Bleach, Gold, Face, Boogie and Junky. Band member Kevin Abstract even performed some singles from his newest LP Arizona Baby.

BROCKHAMPTONs set was amazing with just lots of from the beginning and energy from to finish. For me, the performance was such a spectacular experience and can’t for them to drop there next project.

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