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Hubert Lenoir

About Hubert Lenoir

Hubert Lenoir is a 23 years-old Canadian rock singer from Quebec. Growing up following mass culture on local TV & video games, he adored stealing clothing & accessories from his mother’s wardrobe & admiring the beauty he was able to create without any rules. Lenoir never stopped thriving while breaking socially constructed rules, even when people at school would mock him & his fellow marginalized friends when they would wear “women clothing”. He’s a fan of Donovan, Brian Eno & Elton John, who’ll inspire him & his friends to stay true to themselves. Dropping out of school with melodies he created in mind, he’ll start performing in the streets & entertain people who’ll embrace his voice & understand him. Hubert & his brother along with 2 friends formed, when he was 17, The Seasons, an experimental group that delivers both colourful avant-garde & vintage vibes, coming to life from the uniqueness of these 4 talented artists combined. The Seasons released in 2014 Pulp, their first album, followed on November 16th, four years later, by Midnight, Let’s Get a Hot-Dog. The most recent album will showcase their ability to perform glam blues at its finest.
Hubert’s debut solo album Darlène, a multidisciplinary project realized with his girlfriend Noémie D. Leclerc, was a shortlisted finalist for the 2018 Polaris Music Prize. Remarkable for his androgynous philosophy & allure, he praises liberty on all levels & dreams of a world where there is no genres in the music industry as well as in our society, globally, transporting us in this utopian world with every track on the solo album.