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.
“Think Of Me”
“She Showed Me Love”
“Help Me Lose My Mind”
“Green Is Blue”
“Shut It Down”
“Rainbow Of Colors” (studio version)
Bonus 7” Single:
“Rainbow Of Colors” (solo, live in Portland, OR May 17, 2019)
“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.