Alison Wonderland has confirmed a new album for 2022, although details of the forthcoming outing are thin on the ground at the time of writing. 

The Australian-born EDM DJ, producer, and singer let followers know they could expect a full-length release next year via Twitter: 

“There will be an album in 2022,” her post read, leading to speculation as to exactly when her third LP will land, and what it might sound like. Rumours originally suggested the work would drop this year — her first long-form effort since 2018’s Billboard electronic album chart-topping ‘Awake’, which included the hit singles ‘Church’ and ‘Easy’. 

In terms of the as-yet-untitled record, Wonderland has already released two singles, ‘Fuck U Love You’, accompanied by an unsettling music video, and ‘Bad Things’, to widespread acclaim. Both feature on the new album. 

Earlier this year, Wonderland joined Hanna Diamond, Octo Octa, Cinthie, Dauwd, and more on the soundtrack to a new Tetris game available on Apple Arcade. She was also among the interviewees in the documentary ‘Underplayed‘, which looks at gender imbalance in electronic music. Fans can catch her live at Ultra Music Festival in Miami next March.