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noémie wolfs

Only hours after concluding an intense period with Hooverphonic, Noemié Wolfs was already in life-changing talks with Universal. With ‘Hunt You’, her first solo enterprise, she threw off her sheep’s clothing and showed the world she’s able to appeal to a large audience while staying true to her artistic vision.The album was co-written by boyfriend and Balthazar member Simon Casier, also know from his recent Zimmerman moniker. A wonderful collaboration which was laughingly portrayed as “ a bit like Sonny & Cher, but without the domestic violence”. After laying down the basics, she worked together with producer luke smith (Foals, Depeche Mode) which resulted in a solid, pure and sparkling pop album with a dark, electronic feel.

She continued that practice by kicking off her solo career convincingly with shows at Ancienne Belgique, Botanique and Het Depot, with the likes of three stars reviews in quality media such as De Standaard & De Morgen.
After a small hiatus, Wolfs is eager to show her new creative fantasies to her audience. While she’s currently working her out her last demo’s, we can definitely expect something new in the near future.

alexander vandriessche

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