Neil Young

Earlier this year, Neil Young reassembled his legendary fuzz-rock band Crazy Horse and released Americana, an album of amped-up versions of classic American songbook entries. But the band didn’t leave the studio after finishing that album. As Young announces on his website, they recorded another LP, this one called Psychedelic Pill, immediately afterward, and they’ll release it in October. The band has already debuted some of the songs live, most likely including their new 20-minute epic “Walk Like A Giant.” The album will be a double-CD, and because they’ll be making videos for all of the songs, it’ll also be available as a Blu-ray.

[Photo by Andrew Youssef @ Outside Lands]

Comments (3)
  1. fuckyes

  2. Their Outside Lands set was pretty nuts. They played for two hours, and Neil claimed several of the songs had been written earlier in the day. It felt strange to have them do fifteen minutes of ambient drone but not play Down By The River, nonetheless, this album ought to be pretty solid (as far as ones made by bands my dad listened to when he was a kid).

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