Neil Young remains ever-difficult to predict.
After recording an album at Jack White's Third Man studios, the legendary songwriter is now ready to try something new.
For years, Neil Young has consistently criticised the practises of food giant Monsanto. Now, the Canadian born artist is set to put his worries against music on forthcoming studio album 'The Monsanto Years'.
Due to be released on June 16th in the United States – which points to a European release of June 15th – the record contains song titles such as 'Rock Starbucks', 'Monsanto Years', 'Too Big To Fail', and 'Seeds' (via Sugar Mountain).
Oh, and the record also features input from Lukas and Micah Nelson – sons of iconic country singer Willie Nelson.
Check out fan footage from a recent show, featuring material destined to appear on 'The Monsanto Years'.