In the past year, Lost Stars have become one of the most exciting indie bands on the Nashville scene. Since they formed in the spring of 2016, high school friends Damian Malnar (vocals and keys) and Charley Holden (guitar), along with members Trey Warner (guitar), debuted their EP Dreaming in the Dark and embarked on a successful tour of twelve cities, including Chicago, Cincinnati, and Kansas City. They opened for such artists as COIN and A R I Z O N A, along with 20 other bands and garnered thousands of new fans with their electrifying live performances. Drawing from the best of pop, rock, and EDM, Lost Stars’ music is not only genre-bending, it draws on life’s bigger themes of what it means to be human, with all the passion, joy, fear, and despair that we all endure. Lost Stars' progressive style produces a sound that transgresses typical mainstream music and is lyrically driven to connect with a broad fan base on a deeper level. As Damian remarked after wrapping up Lost Stars’ Spring Tour, “Touring really pushes me to be the best musician, and the best vocalist and the best performer I can be. And I think really that’s what music is all about, it’s taking songs and bringing them to the people and having these communal experiences.” In 2018, they'll be busy touring and making more new music.