Neil Young Releasing Concept Album About Electric Cars

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Although this may seem like a joke – especially if you watch the video for the first single – Neil Young assures you that his next album is a concept album about electric cars. Seriously. It’s called Fork In The Road, and reflects his recent passion for developing the LincVolt Project, an electric power system for vehicles.neil young electric car concept album

Although this may seem like a joke – especially if you watch the video for the first single – Neil Young assures you that his next album is a concept album about electric cars. Seriously. It’s called Fork In The Road, and reflects his recent passion for developing the LincVolt Project, an electric power system for vehicles. He’s released the video for the title track of the album and the first single, and you can watch it here. But be warned : it’s merely him lip synching into a fuzzy camera while wearing iPhone headphones that are plugged into an apple. Oh, and he plays air guitar. Is this the spokesman that electric cars have been waiting for?

Probably not.

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