Bill Murray is putting out his debut album this summer–so he’s got that goin’ for him, which is nice. The New York Times reports that New Worlds will consist of classical music by the likes of Bach and Schubert, as well as more modern, yet still classical, music. For example, selections from West Side Story and songs like Gerwhsin’s “It Ain’t Necessarily So” will appear on the track list; in addition, Murray will read written excerpts from Twain, Hemingway and more. (Sounds like dogs and cats living together…mass hysteria!) New Worlds comes out in August, but Murray will tour to support the project, beginning on July 20 in Napa Valley.