Blood Orange shares new track 'Do You See My Skin Through The Flames?'

Producer and multi-instrumentalist Dev Hynes aka Blood Orange has taken to his Facebook profile to share and discuss his latest track 'Do You See My Skin Through The Flames?'

Writing at length about the new work, Hynes explains that it has come from his very personal feelings about the treatment of black men and women in America right now, adding, "America is in the middle of an act of terrorism right now, and black people are being attacked and killed every day. Every day I wake up and it becomes harder for me to interact with my friends and the world around me."

You can read the full statement about the new song and stream it below.

America is in the middle of an act of terrorism right now, and black people are being attacked and killed every day....

Posted by Blood Orange on Wednesday, 1 July 2015

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