Well, he did. And it's not bad. All the way back in 2009, when bands were still using MySpace pages, Gosling teamed up with Silverlake Conservatory Children's Choir and Zach Shields to cut Dead Man's Bones. Shields is mainly a film person who has two soundtracks (The Conjuring and Dollhouse) and a handful of producer and actor credits under his belt. Shields's and Gosling's voices aren't exactly marvelous, but the concept of general spookiness is good enough to distract from all that. Bones was reportedly inspired by Langley Schools Music Project and Nancy Dupree's Ghetto Reality, and is a "concept album" about the supernatural. Happy Devil's Night.