The founder of Mammoth WVH, Wolfgang Van Halen, recently posted a couple of tweets on his Twitter account with which he signaled the release of two new songs from his upcoming album while saying that he‘ll wait a little bit more before doing a proper announcement.
As you know, Wolf released his debut song ‘Distance‘ on November 16, 2020, as a tribute to Van Halen’s legendary guitarist Eddie, who had passed away a month earlier, in October. Wolf’s first song debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts and surpassed even AC/DC’s new album tracks. Eddie had had a chance to listen to ‘Distance’ prior to his passing, and Wolf had revealed that it made him tear up.
Upon the mainstream success of his debut song, Wolf was encouraged to work hard on his debut album with his band Mammoth WVH. Some months ago, Wolf announced that it will be released on June 11, 2021, and his announcement was accompanied by a brand new singled ‘You‘re To Blame‘ which excited his fans even more. Recently, Wolf posted a couple of tweets on his Twitter account and signaled the release of two new singles.
Just some hours ago, Wolfgang released two brand new singles, ‘Think It Over‘ and ‘Don‘t Back Down‘ through his YouTube channel. The songs have not received a high number of views and comments yet as Wolfgang didn’t make a proper announcement, but instead said that he’ll wait some more before making one. He also thanked his fans who immediately showed their support for Wolf and told them that he really appreciates them.
Here’s what Wolf said in his tweet:
“(Not gonna do the whole announcement tweet till tomorrow, but for the people who are already listening and tweeting me about it, know I appreciate you 🙏)”
You can check out Wolf’s tweet and listen to ‘Think It Over’ and ‘Don’t Back Down’ below.
(Not gonna do the whole announcement tweet till tomorrow, but for the people who are already listening and tweeting me about it, know I appreciate you 🙏)
— Wolf Van Halen (@WolfVanHalen) March 26, 2021