“Boyband? It works, but it’s so much deeper than that,” Brockhampton’s Joba says in a new short documentary directed by Tyler Mitchell. “Yes, we make music together. Yes, we do projects. And yes, I live with 12 people… But it really is a second family.”

Picking up where the All-American Trash documentary left off (when they all moved away from Texas), the six minute clip finds the group settling into their new California home. Exploring their views on creativity and personal growth, the beautifully shot short film reflects on their journey from strangers on the internet six years ago to roommates, collaborators, and close friends.

“I had been walking with my head down, doing what I was supposed to be doing my whole life—and not what I wanted. I wouldn’t be where I am without y’all,” Joba continues. “You know what I mean?”

“It’s just a bi-product of true brotherhood.”