Neil Young and Crazy Horse to release second album of 2012

'Psychedelic Pill' follows their 'Americana' covers album

Neil Young and Crazy Horse to release second album of 2012
Neil Young and Crazy Horse are to release their second album of this year.

Following the covers LP 'Americana' – which came out in June - Young and his band will put out 'Psychedelic Pill' in October.

The record is Young's first album of all new material with Crazy Horse since 2003 and will feature the full Crazy Horse line-up of Billy Talbot, Ralph Molina and Frank Sampedro.

The Neil Young Times states that the album was recorded straight after the band finished their 'Americana' sessions at the Audio Casa Blanca studios.

The album will be available on double CD and triple vinyl and full length videos for each of the LP's tracks will be previewed online.

After playing a number of Stateside shows earlier this month, Neil Young and Crazy Horse will head off on a full tour in the US and Canada in October and November, including an appearance at the Austin City Limits festival. As of yet, no plans for a UK or European tour have been announced.

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