Alison Wonderland Delivers New Hard Hitting Trap Single “Happy Place”

Alison Wonderland happy place

It’s been over two years since Alison Wonderland released her incredible debut album, Run, and she has yet to slow down since. Having dropped numerous incredible singles, collaborations and remixes over the past few years, the Aussie producer has even been teasing a new album recently. Today, she’s only increased the hype by sharing a brand new single titled “Happy Place”.

This latest offering has arrived just in time for Alison’s Warehouse 3.0 (and Scarehouse) project. Featuring, of course, Alison’s own powerful vocals, she shared via twitter that this new single comes from a “super deep place”. 

“This was when I was in a super dark state of mind; you’re so in your own head there’s some pretty terrible choices you could make and I decided to make the choice to reach out to my friends… They ended up bringing me out of that and saving me.” - Alison Wonderland via Triple J

Filled with sharp pulsing synths, skittering vocal chops, hard-hitting bass and some soft cello (most likely played by Alison herself), this new single will definitely f**k you up on a spiritual level. Check out “Happy Place” below and enjoy!

Alison Wonderland - Happy Place

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