When Neil Young & Crazy Horse debuted “Walk Like A Giant” live during their tour last month, the song frequently edged around the 20-minute mark. The version included on the band’s forthcoming Psychedelic Pills comes in at 16 minutes, but the video for the track fades out at four and a half. Still, it still feels pretty damn epic. It’s the first studio recording of original music we’ve heard from Neil with Crazy Horse since 2004’s Greendale; the clip is a montage of random b&w footage of historical icons (Einstein, the atomic bomb, the railroad, Bigfoot) interspersed with color shots through a kaleidoscope. It’s pretty weird. Of course the song is an absolute beast regardless of its visual accompaniment. Check it out.