Neil Young’s Film “Le Noise” Debuts Online




It’s a double shot of Neil Young. This week, the Canadian singer-songwriter released his latest album, Le Noise, along with an accompanying 38 minute black & white film. Directed by Adam Vollick, the movie features a live performance of the full album recorded at the studios of Daniel Lanois in Los Angeles. The film officially debuts tonight, but you can catch it online right now. And please note: the album itself can be freely streamed online on NPR’s First Listen site for a limited amount of time.

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