If you were around in the nineties you know exactly who he is.
David Duchovny was Fox Mulder on the X-Files, Denise Bryson on Twin Peaks, and Hank Moody on Californication. He also published two books since 2015: Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale and Bucky F*cking Dent.
He acts. He writes. And now, he sings.
Influenced by Wilco, Leonard Cohen, R.E.M and Bob Dylan, “Hell or Highwater” is Duchovny’s debut album and his first opportunity to pass on sending political messages through his music. The 56-year-old actor, known for his anti-Trump political views, recently suggested that the President’s policies are X-Files material.
But well, the best (and most important) things in life are free and not related to politics. Duchovny sings about love, addiction, and loss in his 12-track album and leaves the discussion of current events out of his tunes.
“Hell or Highwater” is honest and has no false claims – Duchovny admits that he just started playing guitar a few years ago. And that's nostalgic and refreshing at the same time.
Hank Moody is bringing his music to Australia for the first time, early in 2018. Check the dates here.