After writing and producing music on his own in his bedroom for no one in particular for years, one day Lostchild wrote a song and made a video for his first single “Town”, about growing up gay in the middle of nowhere. He put it up on the internet, and tens of thousands of people listened and loved.
Over the course of the following couple of years, Lostchild began channelling all his troubles and confessions into his solo music,
releasing a handful of highly emotional synth-driven pop EPs, gaining him increasing support from the gay community.
In 2017, he supported fellow pop acts Betty Who, Dragonette and Frankmusik, his song “Town” reached the top 10 of the Gay Music Charts on YouTube, and he headlined Nottingham Pride in the UK.
Anyone who feels disconnected or rejected, like an outsider, or anyone who struggles with low self esteem, has a home in Lostchild's music.