Watch Blood Orange covered Neil Young’s ‘Heart Of Gold’ at Coachella

Blood Orange covered Neil Young’s ‘Heart Of Gold’ at Coachella

He also brought out Tei Shi and Lil Yachty for a performance of Negro Swan track ‘Hope’.

Blood Orange performed at this weekend’s Coachella in a set that included new album ‘Negro Swan’ tracks ‘Saint’, ‘Dagenham Dream’, ‘Jewelry’ and more, as well as a rendition of new single ‘Hope’ alongside Tei Shi and Lil Yachty.

What was surprising though was the set opener - a performance of Neil Young’s classic ‘Heart Of Gold’.

Blood Orange’s last album ‘Negro Swan’ came out last summer and earlier this month he shared a star-studded video for album track ‘Hope’, featuring appearances from Tei Shi, Diddy, Empress Of, Tyler The Creator, A$AP Rocky and more - you can watch it here.

The musician will be playing the second edition of the 2019 festival this weekend, before heading on a US tour with Florence + The Machine.

You can watch the video of Blood Orange performing ‘Heart Of Gold’ below.

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