Blood Orange drops “Dagenham Dream” video

BLOOD ORANGE Releases Video for "Dagenham Dream." New North American tour dates Announced, starting February 17th in Miami, FL.
"Dagenham Dream"by Blood Orange

Producer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, songwriter and vocalist Devonté Hynes – aka Blood Orange – has shared the new music video for one of Negro Swan’s “Dagenham Dream.” He has also announced select shows in the U.S. in early 2019 – including III Points Festival and headlining dates. He plays his next show on February 16th in Mexico City at the Bahidora Festival.

Last week Hynes performed “Charcoal Baby” on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and released a remix for Negro Swan track “Smoke,” a collaboration with Yves Tumor featuring Ian Isiah. Listen here. Negro Swan was produced by Dev Hynes, and is now available via Domino Records.

Blood Orange
2019 Tour Dates

2/16 – Mexico City, Mexico – Bahidora Festival
2/17 – Miami, FL – III Points Festival
2/19 – New Orleans, LA – Joy Theater
2/20 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
2/22 – Austin, TX – Emo’s
2/23 – Dallas, TX – Granada Theatre
2/25 – Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse
2/26 – Nashville, TN – Cannery Ballroom
2/27 – Asheville, NC – Orange Peel
3/01 – Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live!
3/02 – Richmond, VA – The National

Blood Orange AKA: was raised in England, Hynes started out as a teenage punk in the UK band Test Icicles before releasing two orchestral acoustic pop records as Lightspeed Champion. In 2011, he released Coastal Grooves, the first of three solo albums under the moniker Blood Orange. His last album, Freetown Sound, was released to critical acclaim in 2016, and saw Hynes defined as one of the foremost musical voices of his time, receiving comparisons to the likes of Kendrick Lamar and D’Angelo for his own searing and soothing personal document of life as a black man in America. He has collaborated with Solange Knowles, Skepta, fka twigs, Carly Rae Jepsen, A$AP Rocky, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Blondie, and many other artists, and was recently one of four artists invited to the Kennedy Center to perform alongside Philip Glass. In addition to his production work, he scored the film Palo Alto, directed by Gia Coppola.