Millionaire return after 12 years with new single!!!!!!


Showing again that 2017 appears to be THE year for Belgian music, one of the seminal Belgian bands decide to reform and I really did not think this would ever happen….

Limited edition 7″ single, 250 copies. We have managed to get hold of 25 copies…
Blue vinyl in a transparent sleeve. (Excuse the price, it has nothing to do with us)

A. I’m Not Who You Think You Are
B. Busy Man

The video is here and quite incredible

Millionaire makes long-awaited comeback… After Broken Glass Heroes, Magnus, The Hickey Underworld, Creature With The Atom Brain Millionaire return…
Check out the new single and music video ‘I’m Not Who You Think You Are’ from the album ‘Sciencing’, out on 19th May.

Millionaire is back on a high. After a hiatus of twelve years Tim Vanhamel and his band return with ‘I’m Not Who You Think You Are’, a comeback-single with balls. “Nasty, groovy and edgy: this song contains all the familiar elements of Millionaire. We’re back”, boasts Vanhamel.

‘I’m Not Who You Think You Are’, a song about how we often misjudge people, is the first single from ‘Sciencing’, the long-awaited third Millionaire album, out on 19th of May with Unday Records. The album was recorded at elstudio ( ), the all-new recording space of compatriot and sound engineer Jeff Claeys (Admiral Freebee, Jon Spencer & the Blues Explosion) in the Costa Rican village of Santa Teresa. “I’m Not Who You Think You Are’ is one of the first songs I made for ‘Sciencing’, in just one take”, says Vanhamel. “It set the tone and direction for the rest of the album.”

For the making of the video Millionaire appealed to Jonas Govaerts, director of the Flemish horror film Welp and the predecessor of Vanhamel as guitarist with The Hickey Underworld. He collaborated with animation wizard Jaak De Digitale, who is better-known for his visuals for Evil Superstars, Vermin Twins and Chrome Brulée. The video is made in the spirit of Blade Runner. In it, a girl (played by the Ghent photographer-cum-actress Stine Sampers) has a brilliant trip after she drinks a mysterious potion. “But”, Tim Vanhamel concludes, “as the song title suggests, not everything is what it seems.”