While the gossip about Canadian Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame member Neil Young's divorce and speculated affair with Daryl Hannah may have been a bit of a curveball for longtime fans, Young will soon have new music in an attempt to turn the page on his storied career.

After working with Jack White in recording A Letter Home earlier this year, Young is set to release yet another LP in his already impossibly lengthy discography with Storeytone. Produced by Reprise Records, the LP will feature an updated version of Young's recently released 'Who's Going To Stand Up?' - the environmentally conscious song Young has been recently performing during tour dates. Young has also contributed the song to the anti-lobbyist documentary Under The Influence, as well as Farm Aid and recent People's Climate March in New York City, according to Rolling Stone.

With the announcement, Young surprisingly released three different versions of 'Who's Going To Stand Up?; an acoustic version from Farm Aid, a live take with Crazy Horse, and a massive 92-piece orchestra and choir version - all of which are available to stream below. Young had previously hinted working with an orchestra on his newer music in an interview last March with Billboard, saying;

"I'd like to make a record with a full-blown orchestra, live—a mono recording with one mic. ... I want to do something like that where we really record what happened, with one point of view and the musicians moved closer and farther away, the way it was done in the past. To me that's a challenge and it's a sound that's unbelievable, and you can't get it any other way. So I'm into doing that."

Storeytone will be released this November.