Duke Silver in ‘Cold Water’, character Ron Swanson’s sex-wielding alter-ego
Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy Shares A New Song As Scott Tanner From His Character parks and Recreation cameo
On the show, Tanner local band Land Ho! Which was successfully reunited by Chris Pratt’s character Andy Dwyer for a benefit concert.
Tweedy (as Tanner) has now released ‘Cold Water’, a track written for ‘The Awesome Album’, the recently announced debut album from Dwyer’s fictional band, Mouse Rat, on the show.
The song features Duke Silver, the saxophone-playing alter-ego of show character Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) – watch the original video below.
‘The Awesome Album’ is a 15-track record and will arrive on August 27 via Dualtone Music Group and Entertainment 720 (a company founded by Tom Haverford, Aziz Ansari’s character in the show). album will also be given a Limited-edition vinyl run and merchandise range.
“Any creative business that comes out of Pawnee is associated with Haverford,” Paul Roper, president of Dualtone, said in a statement.
“From Rent-A-Swag to Tommy’s Fresh Cologne and Tom’s Bistro, not to mention their business ideas that have yet to come with scented phones, talking tissues, contact lenses that display text messages, and glitter-infused laundry detergent sparkle suds.” , let’s partner. The hype machine of 720 was a must with Entertainment. Man is an idea factory.”
In the lead-up to the album’s arrival, Mouse Rat released the lead single, ‘5,000 Candles in the Wind’. park and raku Fans will recognize it from the funeral of Pawnee’s famous miniature horse L’L’l Sebastian.
Two more singles, ‘The Pit’ and ‘Two Birds Holding Hands’, were also recently shared to preview the record.
Back to his real-life musical, Tweedy shared a cover of Sharon Van Etten and Angel Olsen’s new collaboration “Like I Used To” with their son Spencer last week.