Neil Young & Crazy Horse Will Break Seven-Year Silence With Upcoming 'Colorado'

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Neil Young poses for a portrait on May 18, 2016 in Calabasas, Calif.

Group's first album since 2012's "Psychedelic Pill" is due out on Oct. 25.

Neil Young and his long-running band Crazy Horse are prepping for their first album of new material in seven years on Oct. 25 with Colorado. The band's follow-up to 2012's acclaimed Psychedelic Pill will be released on Reprise Records. According to a statement, the 11-track collection was recording mostly live in a studio in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and co-produced by Young and John Hanlon, with additional mixing at Rick Rubin's Shangri-La Studios in Malibu, California.

The album will be available in high-resolution audio through the Neil Young Archives (NYA) and is available for pre-order here. In addition to physical and digital versions, the album will come on a three-sided, double vinyl album with a bonus 7" vinyl single with two non-album tracks, the live solo "Rainbow of Colors" and "Truth Kills." The current line-up of Crazy Horse features longtime bassist Billy Talbot and drummer Ralph Molina and guitarist Nils Lofgren.

Check out the track listing below.

Side 1

"Think Of Me"  

"She Showed Me Love"

Side 2

"Olden Days"  

"Help Me Lose My Mind"

"Green Is Blue" 

"Shut It Down"

Side 3

"Milky Way"  

"Eternity"  

"Rainbow Of Colors" (studio version)

"I Do" 

Side 4

Etched artwork

Bonus 7” Single:

A-Side:

"Rainbow Of Colors" (solo, live in Portland, OR May 17, 2019)

B-Side:

"Truth Kills" (Neil Young with Crazy Horse – studio)

TO FEEL THE MUSIC: A Songwriters Mission to Save High Quality Audio, a memoir about Young's mission to bring high-quality audio to music lovers -- co-written by the guitarist/singer and Phil Baker -- is due out in September on BenBella Books. Young recently postponed a planned Crazy Horse tour in order to work on more than a dozen career-spanning film projects.


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