‘No‘ is the third taste of what’s to come off Alison Wonderland‘s second album Awake, due out for release April 6.
To coincide with the announcement of the release date, the Sydney-born, Los Angeles-based artist has released a fresh taste of the album with the synth-less-heavy-track-compared-to-Church singe ‘No‘.
Having already given fans a taste of Awake with the releases of Happy Place and Church, Alison Wonderland has released with another beat-heavy, electronic pop offering that explores subject matter that is close to home for a lot of people.
Speaking on the release of her forthcoming second album, Alison explains how she “wanted to go bigger and really push” herself this time.
“Vocally, I can hear a massive difference. I’m a lot more comfortable with my voice now and I’m not afraid to get on the mic and just go for it.”
To celebrate the release of the album, Alison is having a couple of launch parties, which you can see below.
Wed 2 May / Civic Underground, Sydney – pre-order album HERE* for tickets
Thur May 3 / Boney, Melbourne – pre-order album HERE* for tickets
Fri May 4 / The Brightside, Brisbane – pre-order album HERE* for tickets
*Strictly Limited Tickets – first in best dressed.
High (feat Trippie Redd)
Here 4 U
Cry (feat Buddy)
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Dreamy Dragon (feat Chief Keef)