Team William rainbow logo
|Labels||Keremos - Bang!|
|Members||Floris De Decker
Douwe Van Maele
Nils Tijtgat (2013-)
|Past members||Bert Moerman (-2010)
Thomas Mortier (-2012)
Team William is a Belgian indie pop band. Team William are best known for their energetic, somewhat chaotic mix between CYHSY and Wolf Parade. In 2009, they released their self-titled debut album on the Keremos label. It has received overall positive reviews from Belgian main stream media such as HUMO (****), Cutting Edge (*****), Focus Knack (***), Goddeau and Rif Raf. They are currently recording their second album.
In March '09 they were invited to play on the showcase festival Canadian Music Week. In the same month Everything was a Verb was used for a national television commercial for volunteering.
They have been appointed ambassadors for Poppunt's Excite project (Exchange of International Talent in Europe), giving them the opportunity to play in Scotland, where they shared the stage with The Flaming Lips (June '09), Denmark, Spain and The Netherlands.
Their debut album, Team William, was recorded early 2009 and was produced by Mario Goossens (drummer of Triggerfinger, ex-Winterville (band)) who also produced the debut album of The Black Box Revelation in 2008.
On May 18, 2009 the Team had a release party for the album in the Vooruit (Ghent), and subsequently released it nationwide June 15 via Bang!.
In 2010 they continued to tour extensively and announced that after a final gig in Ternat (Oct 9) they will start recording their second album.
Team William (2009)
All songs written and composed by Floris De Decker, Team William.
|2.||"You Have My Heart, Okay" (Second single, video clip)||2:50|
|3.||"Lord of the Dogs" (First single, video clip)||3:27|
|9.||"Last Man on the Moon"||2:56|
|10.||"Me + My Hobo"||3:20|
|11.||"You Look Familiar"||2:44|
- Produced by Mario Goossens
- Mixed by Filip Goris
- Assistant engineering by Wouter Gordts
- Mastered by Fred Kevorkian at Avatar Studios
- Trumpets on 5 & 10 by Reinhard Deman
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