What is there for a lonely, keyboard playin’ cowboy do in these modern times, but wander the California countryside?
Singer Jason Lytle has been wandering, himself, since Grandaddy called it quits in 2006—he most recently release his Dept. Of Disappearance solo outing in 2012—but recent developments (a few Grandaddy reunion shows) appear to have paved the way for a comeback album. Says Lytle:
“It’s probably going to happen… If anyone knows anything about Grandaddy, they realize that my music and Grandaddy’s music is slightly interchangeable. I think if I were to focus on making a Grandaddy record [it would be] a full-blown Grandaddy record, and I like the idea of that. I’d like to give it a shot.”
“Hewlett’s Daughter” comes from 2000’s The Sophtware Slump.