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The day after the album’s release, Gotye performed the album to a sold-out crowd at the Sydney Opera House. 1 in six, due in no small part to the album's hit single, "Somebody That I Used to Know." The song, which features singer-songwriter Kimbra on vocals, went on to win two 2013 Grammy Awards—for record of the year and best pop duo/group performance.
Wouter De Backer started his career at a renowned Belgian Tax Law firm, where he advised companies and high net wealth individuals in different domains, such as estate planning and international corporate tax law. In 2005, he became Head of the Legal and the Corporate Affairs Department of British American Tobacco Belgium-Luxemburg.
He is planning to launch a new record label in 2017.
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In May 2006, it was voted by Triple J listeners as the "Best Album of 2006," and in September 2006, the album was nominated for the ARIA Award (the Australian equivalent of a Grammy Award) for best independent release.
The following year, Gotye won the ARIA for best male artist, reinvigorating sales and both critical and popular adulation of As his success continued to swell, Gotye was able to establish a home in Melbourne and in 2010 set up a recording studio in the barn on his parents' 13-acre farm.
The result of the following two years' worth of recordings was ultimately released as .
In 2010, he released the single "Eyes Wide Open." In July 2011, he released a follow-up single, "Somebody That I Used to Know." The song was almost instantly successful. A video directed for the song and released on You Tube was one of the website’s most viewed videos of all time.
He decided to name the project Gotye (pronounced like the French "Gauthier") in homage to a pet name that his multilingual parents had often used for him.
He sent the recordings to radio stations around the country and handled all of the promotion himself.
Currently he specialises in tax, legal guidance and general support for a limited number of high net worth individuals and families.
Gotye was born in Belgium, but when he was just 2 years old, his family moved to Australia.
When he began school in Australia, his parents chose to call him "Walter," or diminutively, "Wally"—the English equivalent of his Flemish first name.