Wolfgang Van Halen Says He Is Thankful For His Fans’ Support While Sharing The Latest Success Of Mammoth WVH

Former Van Halen bassist Wolfgang Van Halen shared a post on his official Twitter page thanking his fans for listening to his brand new songs, ‘Distance,’ and ‘You’re to Blame’ as MammothWVH on Spotify, making 1 million all-time streams on the app.

As many of you know, Wolfgang Van Halen formed a new band called MammothWVH in November 2020, after Van Halen disbanded due to the loss of Wolfgang’s father, legendary guitarist Eddie Van Halen’s passing on October 6, 2020, at the age of 65 due to throat cancer.

As MammothWVH, Wolfgang Van Halen released his debut single named ‘Distance’ which was released in November as a tribute act to his father, Eddie Van Halen, in addition to a touching music video including old footage of him and his father.

Over a week ago, Wolfgang Van Halen released his second solo single, ‘You’re to Blame’ which is going to take place in Wolfgang’s upcoming debut album along with ‘Distance.’ Wolfgang has been working on the self-titled album for more than five years and it was revealed that it will be released on June 11.

Although expectations were too high for Wolfgang Van Halen due to the fact that his father was one of the greatest musicians of all-time and he was a member of Van Halen for years, his two solo tracks have been successful so far, and his fans have been supporting him from the beginning.

Recently, Wolfgang Van Halen shared a post proving how much his fans loved listening to his songs by revealing between ‘Distance’ and ‘You’re to Blame,’ MammothWVH has one million all-time streams on Spotify. Apparently, Wolfgang’s fans cannot wait to hear his album and have been listening to his songs non-stop, therefore Wolfgang thanked his fans for their huge support.

Here is what he said:

1 million all-time streams on Spotify! Between #Distance and #YoureToBlame, y’all have been listening to MammothWVH like crazy! Thankful for each and every one of you. Excited for y’all to hear what’s to come!”

You can see the Twitter post below.