St. Lenox

Biography

St. Lenox is the moniker of Andrew Choi, a singer-songwriter and musician based in New York City. Andrew Choi grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan and studied classical music at the University of Michigan before moving to New York City to pursue a career in music.

St. Lenox’s sound is a unique blend of indie rock, pop, and electronic music, characterized by Choi’s soulful vocals and deeply personal lyrics. His music often explores themes of love, loss, and the human experience, drawing inspiration from his own life and struggles.

St. Lenox released his debut album, “Ten Songs About Memory and Hope,” in 2016 to critical acclaim, with NPR praising his “powerful voice and thoughtful songwriting.” The album was followed by “Ten Hymns From My American Gothic” in 2018, further solidifying St. Lenox’s reputation as a talented and introspective artist.

With a growing fanbase and a reputation for captivating live performances, St. Lenox continues to push boundaries and explore new musical territories. Andrew Choi’s distinctive voice and heartfelt songwriting have earned him a dedicated following and cemented his place in the indie music scene.

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St. Lenox

Ten Songs of Worship and Praise for our Tumultuous

11.06.2021 Electronic Indie Pop, Indie Rock Vinyl
28,49  Add to cart

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St. Lenox

Ten Songs of Worship and Praise for our Tumultuous

11.06.2021 Electronic Indie Pop, Indie Rock Vinyl
28,49  Add to cart