ALISON WONDERLAND Releases ‘Happy Place’
+ Australian Shows Starting This Month
Off the back of a 23 date, 40,000 ticket selling US tour and then heading back home to headline last weekend’s This That Festival Newcastle. , Alison Wonderland drops new track ‘Happy Place‘. It is her first new solo music in over two years and a fitting curtain raiser for her new single, which will be unveiled in the first quarter of 2018.
Having teased the track in her incredible live shows and a snippet in her recent month long triple j Mix-Up residency, ‘Happy Place’ was co-produced by Lido (Halsey), Quix and Joel Little (Lorde). The release coincides with a highly-anticipated run of Australian tour dates for the Wonderland Scarehouse Project, an outdoor multi-stage festival in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in November/December, with a massive local and international line up.
triple j unearthed recently revealed their competition where local artists can enter to join the lineup for the Wonderland Scarehouse Project – for more see here, it closes off at midnight this Sunday, November 12.
Alison Wonderland will also head to Adelaide and Hobart for two Wonderland Warehouse Project 3.0 shows, taking it back to where it all started, spaces where Alison can get throw the kind of party that you don’t get anymore. No lockouts, no noise restrictions, only a hell of a lot of fun. She will be concluding this run of touring with a show in Perth on December 10 at the Belvoir Amphitheatre.
In addition to touring, Alison Wonderland is also putting the finishing touches on her second album, set for release in 2018, the follow up to 2015’s breakout success Run.
WONDERLAND SCAREHOUSE PROJECT LINE UP IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
A$AP Ferg . Alison Wonderland . Antony and Cleopatra . Brownies and Lemonade . Carmouflage Rose . Danger . Haiku Hands . Kinder DJ’s* . Lido . Lunice . Manu Crooks . Party Favor . Quix . Sachi . Sports . DJ Taco (Odd Future) . Young Franco
*Brisbane and Melbourne only
WONDERLAND WAREHOUSE PROJECT 3.0 + PERTH SHOW LINE UP IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
A$AP Ferg* . Alison Wonderland . Danger . DJ Taco (Odd Future)*** . Lido . Lunice . Party Favor** . Quix
***Excluding Adelaide and Hobart
WONDERLAND WAREHOUSE PROJECT
Friday 24 November / Adelaide
Friday 1 December / Hobart
WONDERLAND SCAREHOUSE PROJECT
Sunday 26 November / Brisbane
Saturday 2 December / Melbourne
Saturday 9 December / Sydney
Sunday 10 December / Belvoir, Perth
‘HAPPY PLACES’ IS OUT NOW
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