Dev Hynes, the man behind Blood Orange, first made his name with Test Icicles and Lightspeed Champion. He’s also a talented producer -- a driving force behind the transformation of Sky Ferreira and Solange into the pop powerhouses we know them as today. Hynes even scored the upcoming Gia Coppola film ‘Palo Alto,’ which he'll discuss in a Nov. 13 lecture at NYU about “synesthesia and composition.”

It’s kind of unbelievable Hynes found time to make his sophomore Blood Orange album, ‘Cupid Deluxe,’ but he did, and it arrives today (Nov. 12) on iTunes and hits stores on Nov. 18 via Domino Records. Today, he's unveiled a video for ‘Time Will Tell,’ directed by Alan Del Rio Ortiz.

Watch it above and see the R&B singer and general jack-of-all-trades slide from playing the piano into some stellar dance moves choreographed by Juri Onuki. Hynes has said that ‘Cupid Deluxe’ was inspired by his experiences living in the Big Apple, so it seems fitting that he dons an NYC baseball cap in the clip.