Gia Coppola's Palo Alto received some dreamy hazy music from Dev Hynes aka Blood Orange. His flair for bubbling minimal pop was paired along perfectly to Coppola's Lolita-esque film. She returns the favor and directs a nostalgic looking music video featuring Hynes in 80s garb along with some dancers also dressed in 80s garb all dancing on a television studio set. Samantha Urbani makes a guest appearance rocking some Blondie-esque outfit really bringing the colors out in the faded looking video.
The video is also a part of Urban Outfitters' music video series.
You can get the track from Blood Orange's Cupid Deluxe Cut.
Watch the veo below
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