It’s been a good year to a be Neil Young fan. Earlier this year the 71-year-old singer-songwriter released his long-lost classic Hitchhicker, and now comes the news that Young will issue a brand new studio, The Vistor, on December 1 via Reprise and has shared the album’s opening track.
The ten-track effort once again sees Young teaming with Promise of the Real, whom he previously worked with on the 2016 live album EARTH and 2015’s The Monsanto Years and toured with. Earlier this summer Young and POTR released the politically-charged single “Children of Destiny,” which is set to appear on the forthcoming record and today has shared the album’s second single “Already Great.”
Give a listen to “Already Great,” and check out the album’s full tracklist below:
- Already Great
- Fly By Night Deal
- Almost Always
- Stand Tall
- Change of Heart
- Diggin’ a Hole
- Children of Destiny
- When Bad Got Good
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