Ben Lythe is a multi instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, top-liner and producer based in London. After a 2 year artist deal with Electric Pineapple, he stepped away in 2020 to pursue a career as a songwriter. Ben’s unique flare for storytelling and captivating melodies lends itself to a wide palette of artists and genres.

Alongside his contemporary music projects, Ben has written multiple library tracks, assigned to the SONY ATV music library, that have gone on to appear in hit Netflix show, Queer Eye, Love Island and other primetime BBC and ITV prodictions.

Ben now divides his time between solo writing projects (produced/ready to pitch) and collaborations. His most recent writer/production collaborators include, Jamie Norton (Take That, Amazons), Tom Martin (Liam Payne, Martin Garrix), Luke Juby (Little Mix, Emeli Sande) Tom Fuller (Tom Walker, Kelly Rowland), Bill Banwell (Rag ’n’ Bone Man) and more.  

"I loved touring and performing live, but for me I'm happiest when I'm writing and recording. Writing songs for other artists gives me a sense of freedom where I have no boundaries. This is when I'm at my best. "