Brooklyn-based independent record label PaperCup Music has announced the signing of Lost Boy ? to their burgeoning roster, joining BOYTOY, Tennis System, Little Racer, The Teen Age, Suburban Living, Gal Pals, The Muscadettes, Needle Points, Weekender, BLUFFING and Raccoon Fighter.
Hailing from Long Island, NY, Davey Jones created Lost Boy ? as a bedroom, 4-track experimental pop recording project, self-releasing a number of LPs, EPs and singles the past half-dozen years. Canned, due in March 2015, marks the first Lost Boy ? full-length album recorded as a band, with a current line-up featuring Jones (guitar/vocals), Ryan Foster (guitar), RJ Gordon (bass) and Matt Gaffney (drums). The follow up to the Wasted EP, released this spring on Exploding In Sound, Lost Boy ? premiered a first taste of the record, in the single, “Hollywood.”
Since it’s inception, Lost Boy ? has played countless shows with the likes of DIIV, Celestial Shore, Daniel Johnston, R. Stevie Moore, The So So Glos, Skaters, Mr. Twin Sister, Purling Hiss, and most recently completed a national tour supporting Titus Andronicus. More details on Canned and upcoming performances will be announced in the coming weeks.
Founded in early 2013, PaperCup Music is a Brooklyn-based independent record label specializing in vinyl and digital releases. Utilizing the combined experiences of its founders, a musician turned manager, and a major label attorney, PaperCup’s mission is simple – to release music by original, uncompromising artists. Committed to its artists and developing their vision, PaperCup Music believes in the simple motto, “good music speaks volumes.”