BROCKHAMPTON were the musical guests the latest “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” During their performance, they debuted a new song called “Tonya” accompanied by special guests Jazmine Sullivan, serpentwithfeet, and Ryan Beatty. The song includes a reference to the film I, Tonya. Just before the performance, Fallon revealed the name of their new album—the best years of our lives—and showed its artwork. Watch it happen below.
BROCKHAMPTON’s “Fallon” appearance marks their first pubic performance since the departure of founding member Ameer Vann, who exited the band following allegations of physical and emotional abuse levied against him by two women.
Earlier this year, the group had been teasing a new album called PUPPY. It was set for a June release, but following the allegations against Vann, Kevin Abstract revealed that the album’s release would be delayed. It’s unclear if PUPPY has been renamed or scrapped altogether. Pitchfork has reached out to the group’s representatives for comment.
The performance was their first on a late-night TV program. They previously went on MTV’s “TRL” for a memorable performance of “BOOGIE” on the streets of New York City.