• "....incredible..." - The Daily Mirror
  • "...exceptional..." - MOBO
  • "...a one-man industry...stellar..." - Hot Press
  • "...splendid..." - RTE
  • "...extraordinary..." - Time Out
  • "...brilliant..." - The Irish Times
Irish music magazine Hot Press describe David Lyttle as a one-man industry for his work as a musician, songwriter, producer and record label owner.
His third album Faces includes collaborations with hip hop visionary Talib Kweli, Irish music star Duke Special, iazz icon Joe Lovano and family singers Rhea and Anne Lyttle. Released March 16th on Lyte Records and distributed by Universal, Faces supporters include BBC's Lauren Laverne, J Wave Japan's Andy Pompilio and RTE Radio 1's John Creedon. The hiphop/jazz 'Lullaby For The Lost' has topped the Jazz FM playlist for four weeks whilst the disco-pop 'Detour' has enjoyed commercial radio success. With festival dates at home and abroad, 2015 looks like David's most high profile year to date.