On the telly Blood Orange plays new songs ‘Something To Do’ and ‘Dark Handsome’ on telly

Blood Orange plays new songs ‘Something To Do’ and ‘Dark Handsome’ on telly

Dev Hynes premiered the new material on The Late Late Show with James Corden.

Last night (16th April), Dev Hynes brought Blood Orange to The Late Late Show With James Corden, and took the opportunity to debut a pair of new songs.

Dev debuted new tracks ‘Something To Do’ and ‘Dark Handsome’, joined by a guitar and a Union Jack flag and a host of backup vocalists.

Blood Orange last released an album with last year’s ‘Negro Swan’.

He recently shared a star-studded new video for ‘Hope’, and covered Neil Young’s ‘Heart Of Gold’ at last weekend’s Coachella.

Read our review of Blood Orange’s recent London show at Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

Watch the Corden performance below.

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