Pop Montreal calls Li’l Andy “Montreal’s best country songwriter today.” The Village Voice describes his music as “Roots-based Americana that actually deserves to be made”. In the past decade, he has released 5 albums, toured Canada extensively, and been featured in the New York Times.
With his fifth full-length album, All The Love Songs Lied To Us, Andy expands upon his signature country-noir style to incorporate lush string arrangements, an ever-richening vocal sound, and a more immediate, personal style of songwriting.
All The Love Songs Lied To Us is an exploration of romance and heartbreak, themes that are at the very core of country music. But as its title suggests, the album is also about the legacy pop songwriting has left—and about the very act of songwriting itself.
The album was recorded and mixed at legendary Montreal studios Hotel2Tango and Breakglass Studio and features guest appearances by Patrick Watson, The Barr Brothers, and Ariel Engle of Broken Social Scene.
Past Album Reviews
"★★★★ An impressive album with a compellingly atmospheric and haunting sound."— Exclaim!
"★★★★½ A crowning achievement in an already glowing discography… Simply put, this is great.”— Nightlife Magazine
“Montreal's greatest country songwriter today."— Pop Montreal
“This is Roots-based Americana that actually deserves to be made."— The Village Voice
"...magnifique et poignant… Histoires de departs, d’imbuvable solitude, évocation de terribles événements, on voyage et on voit. On vit, quoi. — Le Devoir