Andrew Johnston

Andrew Johnston has had a wide ranging musical career and has experimented with different sounds. 2005’s “Hearts in Transit”, a collection of soft rock hits and contemplative ballads, was followed up just a few years later by “Leaders Factory” an indie rock record featuring many of Montreal’s leading lights in the genre (members of Besnard Lakes and Elephant Stone to name a few). Fast forward to 2017’s “The New Great Game” and Andrew was painting in broad, expressive brushstrokes, inspired by arena filling rock anthems by Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen, and produced by Murray Lightburn of the Dears. If there’s one thing that’s always tied together Andrew’s musical output, however, it’s been a belief in the power of music to inspire, motivate, and to be a force for positivity and change in the world. This is clearly evident in the artist’s live shows; rabble-rousing affairs where no audience member escapes from the sing-along choruses and Andrew is likely to end up perched atop the bar by the end of the night. 


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