​Neil Young Discusses Donald Trump, Pono and "Frankenfoods" on 'Colbert'

​Neil Young Discusses Donald Trump, Pono and 'Frankenfoods' on 'Colbert'
Neil Young is a busy old man, but he found some time in the lead-up to his upcoming Earth album to sit down and chat with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show last night (May 26).
The singer offered his thoughts on the U.S. election, and despite a seemingly peaceful resolution between him and Donald Trump over the use of "Keep on Rockin' in the Free World," Young flat-out denies wanting anyone but Bernie Sanders to use the tune — even taking it a step further and ruling out the option for it to become the latest pet food jingle.
The TV host also spoke to Young about love, his music player Pono (which the musician described as "better than a Toblerone") and the dangers of genetically modified food; his opinions on the latter were accompanied by a man in a corn suit to really drive the point home.
Watch the clips of Young on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert below. Earth is due out on June 17 through Reprise.