After taking on the Alberta oil sands with his recent Honor the Treaties tour, Neil Young is already moving on to a new project. The rock 'n' roll icon is reportedly set to pen a new book of memoirs, which will follow his 2012 release Waging Heavy Peace.
Billboard reports that Young will once again team up with Penguin Random House imprint Blue Rider to release a new book this fall.
Though the book is still untitled, the publisher said that it's an "eclectic amalgam," and will include artwork from Young as well as his thoughts on the environment. His recent work on the Honor the Treaties tour will likely be a source of inspiration for the book.
In addition to the new memoir, Young has a new album set to arrive next month from Third Man Records. More information on that can be found here.
Recent tour footage of Young performing "Mother Earth" can be streamed below.