Jason Lytle is set captivate us with his reputation of 'unpredictability' on Monday (8th) at the excellent and intimate Hoxton Square Bar. The ex-lead singer of Grandaddy returns to London in round two of support for last year's solo album Yours Truly, The Commuter. In his own words he describes the album: “The title of the album comes from where I’ll go into the studio for a few days, and when I come back out, it’s not always easy to transition back to this world,” he explains. “I’ll go on these daytrips, and I’ll surface back into town as the sun is coming down, and I’m like ‘Whoa, I have to go home and deal with other humans and talk and look at the stack of bills on the table and check emails and decide what I’m going to have for dinner and stare at Bret Michaels on TV.’ It’s like ‘Fuck! This is really hard.’ There’s really this state of meditation that I hit, not in a hippy dippy way, but something that I don’t want to lose. I’m pretty much just putting myself out there. I wrote all the songs, I engineered the whole thing, I recorded it, I played all the instruments - this is what I do. Grandaddy was one thing, but it started from this bigger thing that I do. So, in a way, it’s kind of coming back around full circle... I just have better equipment than I did 15 years ago.” These days Jason books his tour stops around hiking trips and skateboarding parks, so be sure to keep an eye out at South Bank this weekend before Monday's show! Click here to buy tickets