Alison Wonderland has shared the video to her new single, 'Fear of Dying'.
The release gives a strong nod to Wonderland's trap and electronic R&B roots, combining soulful vocals with laidback broken beats and low slung basslines.
A video to accompany the track has also been unveiled, directed by Brandon Dermer, whose previous record includes work with Dillon Francis and Panic! At the Disco. A dark and unsettling piece, it depicts the artist kidnapping herself before the doppelgängers hit the road to drive through a city at night.
The latest in a string of new tunes that began with 'Bad Things' last September, and continued with 'Fuck U Love U' in December, this outing comes just weeks after the Australian-born DJ and producer confirmed via social media that fans can expect a new full-length album in 2022. When it finally arrives, it will be her first full-length since 2018's 'Awake'.
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