Thomas Acda late in conversation with Noisey to know that there is not much need for a reunion of Acda en De Munnik: “We are not after the money split up.”
On the question of what amount of money would ensure that the two musicians in a duo form, answer Acda somewhat jokingly: “To Do But it was 1 million, I believe. That seems to me to be a nice amount to start with. But if Paul just a good song, I also hear.”
If it is a reunion, Acda some things but do something different: “I would be much more commercial tackle when we come back everything must be broken, sponsored, are, fuck it. Come on down with your ING spot, I don’t care, or they are money laundering.”
In the car with Paul de Munnik: ‘Door Acda en De Munnik on a crack’
“Paul and I wanted to largest things to carry out’
The duo Acda en De Munnik broke through in the nineties. In 1998, it was Not or never have been their first big hit. Later albums such as Let me sleep and It’s raining sunbeams. Together with Van Dik Hout they made It makes all the difference, under the name of The Cougars. The two went in 2015 after a farewell tour from one another.
In a recent interview with The Telegraph told Acda that he is his old companion misses: “Paul and I wanted to be together, great things to perform, which is always blind bond,” says the 52-year-old artist. “I miss it to no longer automatically part of a team.”