Devonté Hynes, also called Blood Orange, has revealed the soundtrack for HBO’s revival of US drama In Treatment.

The fourth season of the TV series, and the first since it enveloped with 2010, follows actress Uzo Aduba as therapist Dr. Brooke Taylor as she assists her list of patients and manages her very own issues.

In Treatment is the most recent soundtrack Hynes has contributed, following on from Gia Coppola’s film Mainstream and Luca Guadagnino’s HBO miniseries We Are Who We Are.

As well as composing for the screen, Hynes recently collaborated with Mykki Blanco for ‘It’s Not My Choice’, recorded for the latter’s mini-album, ‘Broken Hearts And Beauty Sleep’.

He has likewise shared remixes of Tame Impala’s ‘Borderline’ and Sugababes’ ‘Same Old Story’, and added to Paul’s ‘McCartney III: Imagined’.

Hynes’ most recent full-length release under the Blood Orange moniker was his 2019 mixtape ‘Angel’s Pulse’, showing up a year after 2018’s ‘Negro Swan’, which NME gave five stars upon its release.

“At times, ‘Negro Swan’ crosses over from album and into a radio station from a world just outside ours; Dev Hynes has created a fabulous collection of cascading sounds.”

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