It is "primarily acoustic"...
Neil Young is releasing a new album, Peace Trail.
According to Rolling Stone, the record will be released on December 2 via Reprise. The 10 song set was recorded at Rick Rubin’s Shangri La Studios and features Jim Keltner on drums and Paul Bushnell on bass.
It has been produced by Young along with John Hanlon.
The album is available for pre-order through http://www.neilyoung.com and PONOMusic. Pre-orders will receive an instant download of the title track. Additional instant downloads will follow for those who pre-order Peace Trail.
Peace Trail features all new songs that Young wrote since the release of his album EARTH, and recorded within a short time span. The album is reportedly primarily acoustic.
Most recently Young previewed five songs from the album during his performances during the Desert Trip Festival, in Indio, CA.
Peace Trail will be released in several configurations: as a physical CD, digital download, and cassette. A vinyl edition will follow in January.
Meanwhile, Neil Young + Promise of the Real will tour Australia and New Zealand in April, Japan in May, and South America in the summer.
The track-listing for Peace Trail is as follows:
Can’t Stop Workin’
Terrorist Suicide Hang Gliders
My New Robot
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