Dan Lyth is a songwriter from Fife, Scotland. His most recent release is ‘Benthic Lines’, an album recorded entirely outdoors across four continents and over as many years. He is currently collaborating with visual artist Alan Grieve on a project inspired by the mythological alter-ego of an island on the Firth of Forth. Or something like that.

Benthic Lines

“it’s impossible not to be blown away by songwriting that is musically precise and emotionally expansive”  Sunday Herald

“An album of minimalist and intoxicating chamber-pop and electronica, recorded entirely outdoors… something to treasure, and applaud”  The List

“A spell-binding album that you will struggle to leave” Daily Record

“Lyth uses acoustic instruments to mimic electronic programming, with his voice bringing a note of plaintive vulnerability” Uncut



Saturday 28th January 2017 - Kirkliston Community Church with Bethany Coyle