Neil Young Announces New Live Album 'Noise & Flowers'

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Neil Young Announces New Live Album 'Noise & Flowers'

Posted 28 Jun 2022
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Legendary folk-rock icon, Neil Young has announced the upcoming arrival of a brand new live album, Noise & Flowers, recorded with his current backing band, Promise of the Real, following the death of Young’s longtime friend and manager Elliot Roberts.

Noise & Flowers is due out on August 5th (pre-order, here). The album announcement is accompanied by a new official live music video of the track, From Hank to Hendrix, recorded on the European tour. Check it out below!

Neil Young + Promise Of The Real | ‘From Hank To Hendrix’ [Live]

Noise & Flowers chronicles the tour Young embarked upon shortly after the death of his longtime manager, Elliot Roberts. Young explained the story further in a blog post, saying that he and his wife, Daryl Hannah, were on their way to the airport for the first show of the run when they first learned of the devastating news. 

“During the tour,” Young wrote, “we had a poster of Elliot on a road case, right where he always stood during all shows. Everyone who was with us felt that this tour was amazing for its great vibe. The Real and I delivered for Elliot.”

In the Noise & Flowers liner notes, Young offered a more detailed explanation: “Playing in his memory [made it] one of the most special tours ever. We hit the road and took his great spirit with us into every song. This music belongs to no one. It’s in the air. Every note was played for music’s great friend, Elliot.

Noise & Flowers is available on CD, a 2xLP vinyl pressing, and a Blu-ray deluxe concert film edition. Pre-order, here.

 

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‘Noise & Flowers Deluxe Edition Box Set’ (LP, CD, Bluray)

Just last month, the cantankerous folk hero announce the upcoming arrival of a “lost” album titled Toast – which had been sitting in the vault for over two decades, because Young declared the songs were "too sad" when first recorded with his band Crazy Horse in 2001. Find out more below!

READ MORE: NEIL YOUNG ANNOUNCES (ANOTHER) “LOST” CRAZY HORSE RECORD, ‘TOAST’

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