Don Letts is a living legend: as DJ at London's The Roxy he introduced punks to dub reggae, and as a filmmaker he documented that scene in The Punk Rock Movie, which led to a successful career as a music video director. He was also a founding member of Big Audio Dynamite alongside The Clash's Mick Jones, and has continued to make films, DJ, and this year released his memoir, There and Black Again.
One thing he's never done, though, is make a solo album. That will change in 2023, though, as he'll release his debut, Outta Sync, on April 28 via Cooking Vinyl. He started the album with help from Killing Joke's Youth, but most it it was made with dub producer Gaudi and features contributions from Terry Hall (Specials, Fun Boy Three), The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne, Hollie Cook, Zoe Devlin Love (ex Alabama 3) and his daughter, Honor Letts.