Neil Finn to Live-Stream Sessions for Upcoming Solo Album, 'Out of Silence'

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Neil Finn in the recording studio of KBCO Studio C.

Crowded House singer Neil Finn is baring it all on his next album. The follow-up to Finn's 2014 solo album Dizzy Heights will be called Out of Silence and the sessions will be live streamed every Friday during the whole recording process. Finn announced his plans in a tweet on Sunday (July 30)  in which he showed off the studios where he'll be laying down the tracks. 

"This is the room, Roundhead Studios... every Friday in August [at 7 p.m. NZT/ 12 a.m. PDT] I'll be gathering with some very good people, friends, family, excellent singers, serious musicians and we'll be working towards the recording of an album and one session on the 25th you can watch, listen, as we lay it down in three hours," he explained in a selfie video, which also noted that he'll be playing some classics during the sessions as well.

Before that Aug. 25 supersession, Finn said he'll be letting fans watch him work the tracks out, with the finished product due just a few days later on Sept.1. Finn has not yet announced who the special guests on the 11-song project will be.

The album recording stream will be available on Finn's Facebook page.