Neil Young has been in the news a lot lately, for taking “Rockin’ In The Free World” away from Donald Trump and gifting it to Bernie Sanders and for exchanging words with some of the world’s biggest, scariest corporations. But Young isn’t just taking public stances; he’s also making music. Young recently teamed up with Promise Of The Real, a band led by Willie Nelson’s sons, to record The Monsanto Years, a concept album about corporate greed. We’ve posted the early songs “Wolf Moon” and “A Rock Star Bucks A Coffee Shop,” and now you can stream the full album below.
The Monsanto Years is out 6/30 on Reprise.