Hear his first-ever song, “Hey America”, which he wrote while feeling frustrated with Donald Trump.
It’s one of four never-before-heard tracks from his massive Archives Vol. 2 box set.
Young wrote, “In my mind, it’s a hazy memory, but this moment really captures the essence of where I was in 1974.”
The sprawling 10-disc collection drops November 20th.
The songs on Neil Young’s After the Gold Rush have been covered by everyone from Sting and Seal to Norah Jones and Thom Yorke.
The seven-track EP captures the “Porch Episode” of Young’s Fireside Sessions.
Lineup also includes John Mellencamp, Margo Price, Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlile, and Lukas Nelson.
The Amazon Music HD exclusive captures the “Porch Episode” of Young’s Fireside Sessions.
The great bard quietly made the announcement on his Neil Young Archives
One of which is the long-awaited Neil Young Archives Volume 2 collection.
The classic rocker is seeking “statutory damages in the maximum amount” for the continued unauthorized usage of his music.
The song was originally released on his 2006 album Living With War.