Alison Wonderland Debuts Synth-Pop Anthem “Church” Just in Time for Festival Season

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Get ready to hear this one on the main stage!

With spring quickly approaching, the demand for this year’s festival anthem is increasing with each passing day. Luckily for fans and artists alike, Alison Wonderland‘s latest synth-pop offering “Church” might be exactly what the 2018 festival circuit needs.

Exploring themes of anxiety and self-worth, “Church” is Alison Wonderland’s rawest and most personal release to date. Relevant to the important movements of the present day, “Church” is not requesting respect, it is demanding it. 

The undeniable success of Australia’s finest is shown by the fact that she is the highest-billed female DJ in Coachella history. Between her upcoming festival appearances and her new album, Awake, releasing later this year, Alison Wonderland is set to have her biggest year yet.

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Source: edm.com
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