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Blood Orange TicketsWith a sound that's reminiscent of some of the best R&B and funk, Dev Hynes has established himself as one of the most intriguing musicians working today. Better known as Blood Orange, Hynes has achieved major levels of acclaim for his soulful and beautiful albums, which cover a range of very personal and political topics. Blood Orange concerts give fans a chance to experience his music live.
A Colorful CareerEven before establishing the Blood Orange name, Dev Hynes had established quite the portfolio as a rapper. He was previously a member of the band Test Icicles. He performed multiple instruments in the band and contributed vocals too. Upon Test Icicles' dissolution, the London-born Hynes put his attention towards an indie-folk solo project known as Lightspeed Champion. When performing live, he got help from friends like Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys and Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine. After closing the book of Lightspeed Champion following the release of the second album, Hynes put his attention towards a new project: Blood Orange. This consisted of more R&B-influenced songs. His first album as Blood Orange, Coastal Grooves, came out in 2011, which was followed up by a stint as an opener for Florence and the Machine's 2012 tour. Next came three highly acclaimed albums: Cupid Deluxe, Freetown Sound and Negro Swan. He also released a mixtape in 2019 entitled Angel's Pulse. In addition to his own work, Hynes has collaborated as a songwriter with prominent artists such as Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue, Carly Rae Jepsen and Deborah Harry. He's also appeared at festivals such as Coachella and the Pitchfork Music Festival. Hynes has brought his music to television audiences on programs such as It's On with Alexa Chung, Conan and Jimmy Kimmel Live! He also provided the score for the film Palo Alto, directed by Gia Coppola and starring James Franco and Emma Roberts.
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Where is Blood Orange playing?Blood Orange will be touring in August and October, in North America and Europe. He'll be performing in cities such as New York, Gothenburg, Sweden, Helsinki, Berlin and Greensboro, N.C. Some of these dates will be as support act for Tyler, the Creator for the IGOR tour.
What can I expect from Blood Orange?People who go to Blood Orange concerts find them to be very spiritual experiences. They love the energy that Dev Hynes and his band provide. Everything sounds incredibly soulful and clear. There's a great deal of musicianship on display, especially in the guitar work. There's also a chance that guest singers will join Hynes on stage, showing that he's not afraid to share the spotlight. Those who are looking for an excuse to dance to their heart's content without any worry of judgment should definitely buy a ticket for a Blood Orange concert.
What is Blood Orange tour setlist like?Blood Orange's latest setlists have been largely focused on his most recent album: Negro Swan. However, songs from other projects have also been featured. Songs that are played the most at Blood Orange concerts include "You're Not Good Enough," "It Is What It Is," "Chamakay," "Augustine" and "Best to You."
Does Blood Orange play covers live?Blood Orange does play covers live pretty often. Some of the artists Dev Hynes has covered at his concerts include Mansun, Blind Willie Johnson, Elvis Presley, John Coltrane and Florence and the Machine.
Who are Blood Orange's influences?Artists that have influenced Blood Orange include Sade, Annie Lennox, Blur and Nirvana. An interest in heavy metal was also important for Hynes as it helped him get started playing guitar.
Who are artists similar to Blood Orange?Other artists who sound like Blood Orange include Toro y Moi, Kindness, Kelela and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.
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