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Neil Young And Crazy Horse to release Psychedelic new album

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Neil Young And Crazy Horse have announced a new record, Psychedelic Pill, to be released Oct. 30 as a double CD, followed by a triple-LP release on Nov. 23. Recorded right after Americana, which found the reunited group covering old folk standards, the band's first album of original material in nearly a decade was produced by John Hanlon, Mark Humphreys, and Young himself, and comes in at a tight eight tracks—though three of those tracks are each more than 16 minutes long.


The band will tour in support of the record, including a stop at Young’s annual Bridge School Benefit on Oct. 20, where they’ll be joined by The Flaming Lips, Jack White, Guns N’ Roses, Gary Clark Jr., and more. Dates are below.

Oct. 3—WFCU Centre—Windsor, Ontario
Oct. 5—K Rock Centre—Kingston, Ontario
Oct. 6—John Labatt Centre—London, Ontario
Oct. 8—Wolstein Center—Cleveland, Ohio
Oct. 9—Petersen Events Center—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Oct. 11—United Center—Chicago, Illinois
Oct. 13—Austin City Limits—Austin, Texas
Oct. 14—Tulsa Convention Center Arena—Tulsa, Oklahoma
Oct. 17—Hollywood Bowl—Los Angeles, California
Oct. 20-21—Shoreline Amphitheater—Mountain View, California
Oct. 25—Tuscaloosa Amphitheater—Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Oct. 26—Voodoo Fest—New Orleans, Louisiana
Nov. 10—Key Arena—Seattle, Washington
Nov. 11—Rogers Arena—Vancouver, British Columbia
Nov. 13—Scotiabank Saddledome—Calgary, Alberta
Nov. 14—Credit Union Centre—Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Nov. 16—MTS Centre—Winnipeg, Manitoba
Nov. 19—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario
Nov. 20—Memorial Auditorium—Kitchener, Ontario
Nov. 23—Bell Centre—Montreal, Quebec
Nov. 24—Scotiabank Place—Ottawa, Ontario
Nov. 26—TD Garden—Boston, Massachusetts
Nov. 27—Madison Square Garden—New York, New York
Nov. 29—Wells Fargo Center—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Nov. 30—Patriot Center—Fairfax, Virginia
Dec. 3—Barclays Center—Brooklyn, New York
Dec. 4—Webster Bank Arena at Harbor Yard—Bridgeport, Connecticut

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