Neil Young announces two archive releases

Human Highway and Rust Never Sleeps are coming on DVD and Blu-ray

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Neil Young is releasing two archival films on DVD and Blu-ray.

He will release Human Highway and Rust Never Sleeps on May 6.

The release follows hot on the heels of An Evening With Neil Young, which took place on Monday, February 29 and featured consecutive screenings of the 1982 film Human Highway and Rust Never Sleeps, the concert film about Young’s 1978 tour.


Young has been showing a Director’s Cut of Human Highway at various international film festivals since August 2014, when he debuted his new cut at the Toronto Film Festival.

Both titles are available to pre-order, at both Young’s website and from with presumably UK pre-order to follow soon.

Meanwhile, Young is also due to release a new studio album in June, recorded with his current backing band, the Promise Of The Real.

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