Ex-Grandaddy frontman announces comeback

Jason Lytle will release solo album in May

Former Grandaddy frontman Jason Lytle has announced that he will release his first solo album in May.

Lytle will release the LP, titled ‘Yours Truly, The Commuter’, on May 18.

Grandaddy split up in 2006 after releasing four full studio albums, the last of which, ‘Just Like The Fambly Cat’, was released after the split was announced.


Speaking about the album title in a video interview, which you can watch by clicking below, Lytle said: “This title is making reference to the fascination I’ve had with travelling from one world to another – not so much physically but mentally…wanting to be a civil bill-paying human being, but having to deal with being an irresponsible idealistic dreamer who’s trying to make art.”

The tracklisting of ‘Yours Truly, The Commuter’ will be:

‘Yours Truly, The Commuter’

‘Brand New Sun’

‘Ghost Of My Old Dog’

‘I Am Lost (And The Moment Cannot Last)’


‘Birds Encouraged Him’

‘It’s The Weekend’

‘Furget It’

‘This Song Is The Mute Button’

‘Rollin’ Home Alone’

‘You’re Too Gone’

‘Flying Thru Canyons’

‘Here For Good’

Part One

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