BROCKHAMPTON Wilds Out In '1998 Truman' Video

The exhilarating visuals for the hip-hop boy band's new video feel like a high-definition mosh pit.
A still from BROCKHAMPTON's "1998 Truman" video. Source: YouTube

Like stretched out T-shirt collar, a sweaty, spastic mosh pit or just a little dirt under your fingernails, it's 's honest imperfections that keep its visuals so exhilarating. Like

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