Warhaus (of Balthazar) announces debut album


Warhaus, the solo recording project of Maarten Devoldere who also shares front man duties in acclaimed rock band Balthazar, will release his debut solo album We F***ed A Flame Into Being on September 2nd via PIAS.

Memory is the latest track to be taken from the album and can be streamed below. The Enchanting backing vocals are provided Sylvie Kreusch (pictured with Maarten on the album cover).

We F***ed A Flame Into Being is a direct quote from the DH Lawrence novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover that Devoldere felt was “too good to pass on!”. It’s the perfect title for this collection of songs exploring the shadowy inscrutability of human encounters, and reveling in all the decadent intensity that life offers.

Warhaus will embark on an extensive European tour this autumn — dates are below.

We F****d a Flame into Being

by Warhaus pre-order

Tour dates:

August 25 — Holland, Groningen, Noorderzon

September 2 — Holland, Vlieland, into the great wide open

September 23 — Germany, Hamburg, Reeperbahn Festival

October 1 — Austria, Vienna, Waves Vienna — The Foyer

October 3 — Switzerland, Zurich, Mascotte

October 4 — Switzerland, Yverdon, Amalgame

October 9 — UK, Brighton, The Hope & Ruin

October 10 — UK, Leeds, Brudenell Social Club

October 12 — UK, London, Lexington

October 18 — Germany, Cologne, Gebäude 9

October 19 — Germany, Berlin, Postbahnhof

October 20 — Germany, Frankfurt, Brotfabrik

October 21 — Germany, Munich, Strom

October 24 — France, Bordeaux, Krakatoa

October 25 — France, Lyon, Marche Gare.

October 26 — France, Paris, La Maroquinerie

October 27 — France, Lille, Aeronef Club

October 29 — Netherlands, Zwolle, Let’s Get Lost Festival

November 1 — Netherlands, Utrecht, Tivoli

November 2 — Netherlands, Amsterdam, Bitterzoet

November 3 — Netherlands, Maastricht, Muziekgieterij

November 5 — Netherlands, The Hague, Crossing Border Festival

November 6 — Netherlands, Haarlem, Het Patronaat

November 8 — Netherlands, Nijmegen, Merleyn

November 9 — Netherlands, Rotterdam, Rotown

Originally published at Indie is not a genre.