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The last 48 hours have been full of new music releases: Drake dropped a new track and so did Sia and so did Blood Orange. The urgent, synthy track, "April's Bathroom Bummer," is part of the original score that Devonte Hynes created for the Gia Coppola-directed film, not to be confused with additional contributions he also made to the Palo Alto soundtrack. The soundtrack has its physical release tomorrow (it's available on iTunes now), while the score is out August 5th. It's not the kind of chilled-out Blood Orange track you might put on at home after work with a glass of wine, but it's inviting no less.