Neil Young shared the fifth installment of his ongoing Fireside Sessions video series on Wednesday. The “Barnyard Edition” of Young’s ongoing performance series filmed by his famous wife, Daryl Hannah, at their Colorado home sees the grizzled veteran rock guitarist deliver eight songs in just under 30 minutes. The set, performed alongside alpacas, horses, and chickens, featured selections like “Tumbleweed”, “Speakin’ Out”, “The Ways of Love”, “War Of Man”, and more.

The first song of the video is “Tumbleweed”, played on a ukulele. The Neil Young & Promise of the Real original appeared from the soundtrack to Hannah’s 2018 filmParadox, for which Young and his longtime backing band composed the score. Young then heads over to where the chickens are hanging out for an acoustic guitar performance of “American Stars ‘N Bars” from his 1977 album by the same name.

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The music continues with Young staying amongst the chickens for “Speakin’ Out”, “Harvest”, “Old Man”, a rare performance of “The Ways of Love” for the first time since April 2009, “Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere”, and “War Of Man”.

Click here to head to the farm and watch the fifth and latest edition of Young’s Fireside Sessions via the Neil Young Archive.

Young returned to the headlines last week when he announced the forthcoming June release of his lost 1975 studio sessions which resulted in Homegrown. The album was originally recorded between June 1974 and January 1975 as the follow-up to 1972’s Harvest, but was never released in full.

For updated information on Young’s archival releases, head to his website.

[H/T Sugar Mountain]