The mistress of dramatic pop
Sylvie Kreusch first caused a furore in Belgium with the art-rockers of Soldier's Heart. The general public got to know her as a singer with Warhaus, the project of Balthazar frontman Maarten Devoldere. A solo career was written in the stars. After the release of her debut EP 'BADA BING! BADA BOOM!' and EP 'Wild Love', she released the fantastic 'Montbray', including singles 'Walk Walk' and 'Girls', to the world last year. With her emotionally-charged debut album, La Kreusch catapulted herself at once into one of Europe's most exciting artists.
On 'Montbray', Sylvie Kreusch digs up all the forbidden passages of heartbreak with playful voyeurism: mystery, dubio and suggestion predominate. But above all, the album embodies the rediscovery of love and zest for life. Sylvie Kreusch finds this first and foremost on stage, in her most natural, cherished habitat: at a lonely height, under the brightest spotlight.