Blood Orange's Dev Hynes to score new James Franco movie, Palo Alto

The New York based musician has shared the title track from the soundtrack

Blood Orange's Dev Hynes to score new James Franco movie, Palo Alto

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Blood Orange's Dev Hynes has contributed to the score for Palo Alto, the new movie from James Franco, Pitchfork reports.

The movie is based on the short story collection of the same name that Franco wrote. Gia Coppola has directed the adaption, which stars Franco, Emma Roberts and Val Kilmer. It is due for release in the US on May 9. No UK date has been confirmed as yet.

Hyne's contributions to the soundtrack mark his first new music since last year's 'Cupid Deluxe' album. Two songs under the name Devonté Hynes feature on the score, along with 'You're Not Good Enough', credited to Blood Orange. You can listen to one of Hynes' contributions, 'Palo Alto', at the bottom of the page.

The tracklisting for the Palo Alto soundtrack is as follows:

Devonté Hynes - 'Palo Alto'
Mac DeMarco - 'Ode to Viceroy'
Robert Schwartzman - 'Fútbol Americano'
Blood Orange - 'Champagne Coast'
Tonstartssbandht - '5FT7'
Coconut Records - 'Is This Sound Okay?'
Nat & Alex Wolff - 'Rock Star (Movie Version)'
Francesco Pennino - 'Senza Mamma'
Robert Schwartzman - 'Graveyard'
Robert Schwartzman - 'So Bad'
Devonté Hynes - 'April's Daydream'
Robert Schwartzman - 'It's You'
Jack Kilmer - 'T.M'
Blood Orange - 'You're Not Good Enough'

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