Recent Press for Andrew Johnston

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“His most recent, Wake of the Wonder Years, showcases his versatility and maturity as a songwriter, channeling such influences as The Constantines, Matthew Sweet, and Hall and Oates..”
From, March 16, 2012

MP3 premiere on Baeble

“Don’t Need To Know” is a song by an artist you might not know and that seems pretty disappointing considering Andrew Johnson’s credentials.”
From Baeble, March 13, 2012

Track review on Zaptown

“For those who enjoyed late ‘90s indie pop that leaned more toward alternative pop…”
From Zaptown, March 20, 2012

Andrew Johnston + Alex Crow – Show Review

“Johnston’s got himself a voice that resembles the likes of Brandon Flowers from The Killers, which suits his driven folk-rock songs very well.”
From Indecent Exposure, February 22, 2012

Montreal’s Got Talent

“Andrew Johnston…proposes a fresh blend of indie rock and folk pop as heard on his new album, The Wake of the Wonder years.”
From The Montreal Mirror, January 17, 2012

CBC Radio 3 Blog

“Folk with pop accents (or pop with folk roots) has always been a strong suit for Canadian music, and Andrew Johnston is no exception to that rule.”
From CBC Radio 3

The PA Daily News

“This is a captivating, if slightly overstuffed, collection of 12 tunes that showcase Johnston’s gifts.”
From The PA Daily News, December 22, 2011

“Johnston’s latest endeavor The Wake of the Wonder Years is the sort of unassuming indie pop disc that oozes with charming harmonies and immediately irresistable songwriting.”
From InForty


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