Neil Young: New Album And Tour Details

We're having some grief, yet again, posting news stories to uncut.co.uk, so I thought I should share this fairly auspicious news here: the details of Neil Young's new album, "Fork In The Road", and the first dates of what smells suspiciously like a full UK tour, possibly constructed around a certain major summer festival.

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We’re having some grief, yet again, posting news stories to uncut.co.uk, so I thought I should share this fairly auspicious news here: the details of Neil Young‘s new album, “Fork In The Road”, and the first dates of what smells suspiciously like a full UK tour, possibly constructed around a certain major summer festival.



“Fork In The Road” is released on April 6, and I’ll try and write something more detailed about its various car/recession garage jams in the next few days. The first single is “Johnny Magic”, available March 23, download only.

The tracklisting for “Fork In The Road” is:

1. When Worlds Collide

2. Fuel Line

3. Just Singing A Song

4. Johnny Magic

5. Cough Up The Bucks

6. Get Behind The Wheel

7. Off The Road

8. Hit The Road

9. Light A Candle

10. Fork In the Road


Two dates announced thus far, with more promised. They are:

June 23 – Nottingham Trent FM Arena

June 24 – Aberdeen AECC

Tickets are on sale now and are also available from www.livenation.co.uk. Nottingham tickets are priced at £50 for standing and £50/£45 for seating, Aberdeen tickets cost £55 for seating and £50 for standing.

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