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Jason Lytle’s first solo LP will be out in May

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Former Grandaddy frontman Jason Lytle is set to release his first solo album ‘Yours Truly, The Commuter’ through Anti Records on May 18.

It will be Lytle’s first full release since Grandaddy disbanded three years ago.

The full tracklisting will be:

1. Yours Truly, The Commuter
2. Brand New Sun
3. Ghost Of My Old Dog
4. I Am Lost (And The Moment Cannot Last)
5. Birds Encouraged Him
6. It’s The Weekend
7. Fürget It
8. This Song Is The Mute Button
9. Rollin’ Home Alone
10. You’re Too Gone
11. Flying Thru Canyons
12. Here For Good


Click on the videos below to see Lytle talking about the project.






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Former Grandaddy frontman Jason Lytle is set to release his first solo album “Yours Truly, The Commuter” through Anti Records on May 18th.

It will be Lytle’s first full release since Grandaddy disbanded three years ago.

The full tracklisting will be:

1. Yours Truly, The Commuter
2. Brand New Sun
3. Ghost Of My Old Dog
4. I Am Lost (And The Moment Cannot Last)
5. Birds Encouraged Him
6. It’s The Weekend
7. Fürget It
8. This Song Is The Mute Button
9. Rollin’ Home Alone
10. You’re Too Gone
11. Flying Thru Canyons
12. Here For Good

Click on the videos below to see Lytle talking about the project:

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