Noémie Wolfs

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Noémie Maria Alexis Ghislaine Wolfs, better known as Noémie Wolfs (20 October 1988)[citation needed] from Scherpenheuvel-Zichem is a Belgian singer.

At the age of 22 she became the new singer of the group Hooverphonic in the year 2010 to follow Geike Arnaert. She was selected from about a thousand candidates. and studied graphic design at the University of Ghent. In her youth she mainly listened to the records of her father, like that of Fleetwood Mac and Bob Dylan. In 2011 she received the Radio 2 Summerhit 2011 for best singer.

In March 2015 Wolfs left Hooverphonic.[1]

She signed a record deal with Universal in autumn 2015. On 3 March 2016 Wolfs presented her first solo single, Burning. Wolfs is in a relationship with Simon Casier, bassist of Balthazar.[citation needed]

Discography[edit]

Albums with Hooverphonic

  • 2010: The Night Before
  • 2010: Hooverphonic With Orchestra
  • 2012: Hooverphonic With Orchestra Live
  • 2013: Reflection

Singles with Hooverphonic

  • 2010: The Night Before
  • 2011: Anger Never Dies
  • 2011: One Two Three
  • 2011: Heartbroken
  • 2012: Happiness
  • 2012: Unfinished Sympathy
  • 2012: Renaissance Affair (Version 2012)
  • 2012: George's Café (Version 2012)
  • 2013: Harmless Shapes
  • 2013: Amalfi
  • 2014: Ether
  • 2014: Boomerang
  • 2014: Gravity

Solo Singles

  • 2016: Burning
  • 2016: Lost In Love
  • 2016: Hunt You
  • 2017: Trying to Pretend

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Singer Noémie Wolfs steps out of Hooverphonic: "Artistic visions were too far apart". De Morgen. 26 March 2015. Retrieved November 27, 2017. 

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