Neil Young has told Uncut magazine about the status of his anticipated Archives Vol. 2 project.

“I’m putting a website out, probably just before Christmas,” Young says. “It’ll be my entire archives on a website. You can listen to music, and you’ll see where albums are that are pencilled in, not finished. From throughout a 40 or 50-year span, you’ll see unfinished records behind you, in front of you, right now, way in the future.”

Now Young’s manager, Elliot Roberts, has further updated Billboard on this second volume, telling them it is “nearly completed and should surface in 2017”.

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“Neil has a whole series of Shakey Films that we’ve done through the years,” Roberts says. “We haven’t really had a chance to put a lot of them out. Either he tours or starts doing an album or moves on to the next one. But we have about six or seven full-length films that will be coming out over the course of the next two years. These are really the first two.”

The contents include Hal Ashby‘s film of Young’s 1982-83 one-man Trans Tour, a Tim Pope chronicle of an early Young concert in England, and 2003’s Greendale.

Roberts insists Young is still gaining new, younger fans. “It’s like discovering Dylan – you may like EDM, but at some point in your life you’ll be into Dylan and you’ll get it, whether you’re 23, 24, 21 or 26. Discovering Neil or discovering those catalogs, that material. It’s still fun for Neil to create. He doesn’t mind going back or going forward.”