Grandaddy singer-guitarist-keyboardist mastermind Jason Lyttle is set to play a headline show for Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival in the delightful surroundings of the Rosemary Street 1st Presbyterian Church in the heart of Belfast.
Lytle embarked on a solo career after Grandaddy's split in 2005 having released five albums under his own name before their 2012 reunion. His most recent album was 2017's Last Place - check out recent single 'Colour of Dirt'.
Support comes in the form of power-pop/folk master craftsman Malojian- listen to 'Let Your Weirdness Carry You Home'. Check out the documentary about the making of his This Is Nowhere album, recorded with Steve Albini.
Tickets cost only £12 from Ticketsolve. Doors open at 8.30pm.