The singer crooned the song, a highlight from 1972’s Harvest, over jagged acoustic strums. He offered a touch of melisma to the folk-rock track, with two backing vocalists — including frequent collaborator Ian Isiah — adding subtle harmonies.
Hynes’ Coachella slot also included a version of the Blood Orange track “Hope” with guest spots from Tei Shi and Lil Yachty, the latter decked out in a Weezer T-shirt. (The studio version features Diddy, who joined Ariana Grande for a cameo during her set at the festival.)
Dev Hynes / Blood Orange leads off @Coachella appearance with a song you'll never guess!
Tried to tell y'all . . . "Live stream Blood Orange!"
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Hynes toured behind Negro Swan throughout 2019. His North American leg continues April 19th in Santa Barbara, California.