Lettie has released four albums: Three recorded, produced and composed with David Baron: ‘Age of Solo’ and its acoustic counterpart ‘Everyman’ in 2008 (in the famous Edison Recording Studios in NY) and Good Fortune, Bad Weather in 2012 (voted album of the year by Mark Beech of Bloomberg).
Over the years she has been special guest of Peter Murphy (ex-Bauhaus) on his 27 date European tour (Oct – Nov 2009) selling all her albums. She also appeared with Peter for several dates in the UK (Aug 2010 & May 2016). She has been special guest of Chris Difford (Squeeze), Roger O’Donnell (The Cure), Reuben Richards 2013 and Sniff n' the Tears in 2019. She was featured in a BBC4 documentary ‘Hello Glastonbury’ in 2010.
Lettie has recorded with Anthony Phillips (Genesis) for Universal Music Production Music and Cherry Red and her voice appears on many adverts as a result of her work for Universal as a vocalist. She released with Anthony Phillips / James Collins 'Let Let Go' on Cherry Red in 2020. The video featured a montage of photographs of photographs from her childhood which gave them a hazy dreamy effect.
In October 2016 Lettie sang with John Cooper Clarke on Johnny Remember Me November 2016 and was also the ghost in the video for Sony Records (Hugh Cornwell and John Cooper Clark 'This Time's It's Personal'). She performed live for the London date in November. The track made the BBC6 playlist.
Lettie's third album a more experimental and personal project 'If? was written with Mark Vernon was released 22 September 2017. This album features the extraordinary violin of Richard Moore who continues to perform live and feature on new recordings.
Lettie appears on 'People of No Concern' on David Baron's record 'Whisperers' released June 2020 about Grenfell Tower and features Lettie's niece.
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In 2019 Lettie and David Baron signed with Here & Now Recordings and released in December of that year 'Bright Lights'; 31 July 2020 'Waiting' and on 29 January 2021 'Shoot the Breeze'. Their album will be released in Spring 2022.
In 2019/2020 before lockdown she often performed at the Roughler Club in Notting Hill hosted by Ray "Roughler" Jones solo.
Otherwise Lettie often performs with Richard Moore as a powerful duo which embraces effects, loops and pedals and all things analogue - tactile effects making each performance unique. She also plays multiple instruments often at the same time and is exploring unusual instruments such as Psaltery and accordian in her recordings.