Lost Boy Records and newly formed Still Lost Apparel will host Still Lost Fest, featuring Maxwell Stern and a selection of the best of DIY music in NSW.

In celebration of their fourth year of operation and the return of Maxwell Stern (Meridian / Signals Midwest) to Australia, Lost Boy Records has teamed up with new sister company Still Lost Apparel to launch the inaugural event, as well as the company’s first line of apparel.

The fest will be hosted on March 3rd, headed up by Stern, who returns to our shores for his third solo tour to spread his much loved discography and infectious smile, Still Lost Fest hopes to bring a community together to celebrate the music that continues to define it – often self-deprecating yet inexplicably positive; introspective yet life affirming when shared with others.

Joining Stern will be best friends Pinch Hitter, who released a split 7″ with Stern (as Meridian) on Lost Boy Records, bringing their unique brand of banjo duet soaked in emo-goodness.

Sports Bra also join the bill, as they continue to bring their music to the minds and hearts of folks around Sydney, having released their debut self-titled release in October last year, which has quickly established them as the cities foremost queer pop supergroup.

The Mayor of Newcastle himself Spencer Scott will make the journey down to Sydney to play his heart-on-sleeve songs, having recorded as a solo artist for five years before forming rising indie/punk act Paper Thin.

Having recently followed up last year’s ‘Slipping‘, which made waves across triple j Unearthed, with new single ‘London‘, Marina Mitchell will round out the lineup and take to the stage with her captivating storytelling.

Tickets are on sale now [Here].

Still Lost Fest