Hear Grandaddy Frontman Jason Lytle’s Rousing ‘Get Up And Go’

Jason Lytle / Photo by Jeff Hawe

Turn-of-the-century Californian psych-pop mainstays Grandaddy announced this spring that they’d be reuniting after six years away from the scene, an occasion quickly followed by frontman Jason Lytle’s announcement that he’d also be releasing a solo full-length, Dept. Of Disappearance, this October via Anti-. “Get Up And Go,” streaming here, is a weightless, wonderfully uplifting number from the latter, his first since 2009:


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