Neil Young joins Twitter, unveils “Walk Like A Giant” video

Neil Young has joined social networking site Twitter. The legendary rocker revealed his account yesterday [September 25], and explained that he would be doing a Q&A session on the site ahead of the release of his new album, Psychedelic Pill. He wrote: @neilyoung Look forward to talking to all of you music lovers. Will be doing a #TwitterLegends Q&A with fans about #PsychPill before the release! He also revealed a link to the official video for his and Crazy Horse's new song, "Walk Like A Giant". Scroll down to watch the video.

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Neil Young has joined social networking site Twitter.

The legendary rocker revealed his account yesterday [September 25], and explained that he would be doing a Q&A session on the site ahead of the release of his new album, Psychedelic Pill. He wrote:

@neilyoung
Look forward to talking to all of you music lovers. Will be doing a #TwitterLegends Q&A with fans about #PsychPill before the release!

He also revealed a link to the official video for his and Crazy Horse’s new song, “Walk Like A Giant“. Scroll down to watch the video.

Earlier this month, Neil Young revealed that he quit booze and drugs one year ago. He gave up drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana in order to write his memoir, Waging Heavy Peace, which comes out in the UK on October 11.

“I did it for 40 years. Now I want to see what it’s like to not do it,” said Young to the New York Times. “It’s just a different perspective.”

Neil Young And Crazy Horse release their second album of this year, Psychedelic Pill, on October 29. The album follows June’s covers LP Americana.

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