He certainly lives for today.
For those who've been hanging in the break room for too long, Creed Bratton -- Creed on "The Office" -- was a founding member of '60s band The Grass Roots, and he's kept up his musical side all these years later. Now,
we may get to hear his very own midnight confessions.
Bratton, the mung-bean-eating oddball on the soon-to-conclude NBC show, will release his sixth solo album, an "audio-biography" in three acts titled "Tell Me About It."
"The three acts are like a play," Bratton says in a statement. "It's a story that takes you along in a psychedelic way."
Act 1, "Let's Start Dancing," drops Tuesday; Act 2, "The Orange Juice Tastes Like Water," arrives May 7; and Act 3, "Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Obscurity," comes out May 21, the same day as a full vinyl version of all three acts.
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So at the very least, we know Creed will have a career after Dunder Mifflin closes shop May 16.