The actor/writer/producer will debut HELL OR HIGHWATER on May 12 with Thinksay Records
New York – March 31, 2015 – David Duchovny, best known for portraying such iconic characters as Fox Mulder on The X Files and Hank Moody on Californication, will release his first solo album, Hell Or Highwater, on May 12 with ThinkSay Records, distributed by the Caroline/Universal Music Group.
The two-time Golden Globe winner’s debut album will include 12 self-penned tracks, firmly embedded in his uniquely lyrical, troubadour style. The first single, “Hell or Highwater,” will be released on March 31st.
“Making this record is a dream come true, but I never had this dream – it's still a shock when I think about how all this music happened,” said Duchovny. “What I do know is that I feel these songs represent the truest expression that I've ever been able to achieve and I look forward to sharing it with everyone.”
The album is available for presale now via Amazon (http://smarturl.it/DDHell_AmzmP3) and iTunes (http://smarturl.it/DDHell_iTunes).
“David’s blend of poetic lyrics and infectious melodies are something ThinkSay is very proud to deliver said Brad Davidson, President ThinkSay Records. “We look forward to bringing the live show of Hell or Highwater to a global audience in 2015.”
Duchovny finds himself in high demand in 2015, starring in the upcoming NBC/ITV limited series Aquarius, about the Charles Manson Murders. The series will premiere on May 28. Earlier this year, Duchovny released his first-ever novel, New York Times Bestseller, Holy Cow, published through Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
Aside from his most recent achievements, Duchovny has appeared in numerous television shows, including The Larry Sanders Show, Twin Peaks, Life With Bonnie, and Sex and the City, alongside his illustrious film credits including roles in such movies as The X Files Movie, Zoolander, Beethoven, Kalifornia, Full Frontal, The Rapture, Evolution, Return To Me, Julia Has Two Lovers, Chaplin, and Playing God. Other feature credits include Trust The Man, The TV Set,and his self-directed House of D.
1. Let it Rain
4. Hell or Highwater
5. The Things
6. The Rain Song
7. Unsaid Undone
8. Lately it’s Always December
9. Another Year
11. When The Time Comes
12. Positively Madison Avenue