Alison Wonderland has been at the forefront of electronic dance music for quite some time now. She recently performed at EDC Las Vegas and is set to grace the stages […]
Alison Wonderland has been at the forefront of electronic dance music for quite some time now. She recently performed at EDC Las Vegas and is set to grace the stages upcoming at Audiotistic, Holy Ship! Wrecked, Decadence Arizona, and more!
She is currently working on her next studio album since her release of Awake LP in 2018. Back last September, she dropped the record’s lead single “Bad Things.”
Wonderland’s decade-old project Whyte Fang was created in early 2011, however, she has not released new music under the alias since 2014. Wonderland has been teasing throughout 2020 and 2021 numerous times in cryptic fashion the comeback of Whyte Fang. Back in May, the official Instagram belonging to Whyte Fang uploaded a cryptic image, which led fans to believe it was the official artwork for a new single.
On November 4th, The return of Alison Wonderland’s nom de plume Whyte Fang has finally come as Wonderland released a new single “TIDES ” under the side project.
On “TIDES”, Alison delivers on her promise to bring out the ‘weird stuff’. Employing both heavy bass and trap elements, it’s perfect for a live setting and I’d be shocked if we didn’t hear this dropped in the next Alison Wonderland performance.
Check out what Alison Wonderland had to say about the new single from Whyte Fang:
I am going to start releasing music from my side project whyte fang. The first piece will come out November 4. This is all the weird stuff https://t.co/T00qEtlrb5
— ALISON WONDERLAND (@awonderland) October 31, 2021
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