Freaky Age are a Belgian rockband from Ternat, a suburb of Brussels.
Freaky Age are a melodic indie-rock band from Ternat, Belgium. Singer Lenny Crabbe, guitarist Mathias Declercq and drummer Jonas Pauwels got into the finals of the prestigious Belgian music contest Humo's Rock Rally in 2006. The trio was later joined by bass player Dete Heindrickx and in early 2008 the band were quickly snapped up by V2 Records (Benelux). In April 2008, they released their self-produced debut album ‘Every Morning Breaks Out’ with debut single ‘Time Is Over’ hitting the radio charts at number 5, followed by ‘Where Do We Go Now’ with four weeks at number 1 and 23 weeks in the charts in total. Two more singles followed: 'Every Morning Breaks Out' and 'John What's The Use'.