Kevin Mazur/WireImage for Atlantic RecordsIn recent years, the chance of a Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young reunion happening has seemed unlikely at best because of a feud between Neil Young and David Crosby that began after Crosby made negative comments to the press in 2014 about Young’s then-new girlfriend, Daryl Hannah. Now, however, Young appears to have had changed his tune about working with his old musical partners.

“I think CSNY has every chance of getting together again,” Young declares in an interview featured in the latest issue of MOJO. “I’m not against it.”

Neil’s strained relationship with David isn’t the only stumbling block in the folk-rock quartet getting back together, though, as Graham Nash revealed last year that he also had a major falling out with Crosby.

Young affirms to the U.K. music magazine that “a lot of bad things” have happened among CSNY’ members, and that “a lot of things have to be settled.” He maintains, though, that “that’s what brothers and families are all about,” adding, “We’ll see what happens. I’m open. I don’t think I’m a major obstacle.”

In the MOJO interview, Young also shares his feelings about President Donald Trump, and explains why he thinks some positive change may be possible while he’s in office.

“There are a lot of things about him that I just can’t buy into,” Neil asserts. “But we also know this guy really likes to be popular. What if a lot of people didn’t like what he was doing and told him? He’s already shown a strange ability to change course. You gotta look at it like he’s impressionable.”

The new issue of MOJO is available now.

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