Get hyped for Scarehouse with an epic new video for Alison Wonderland's Happy Place

Get hyped for Scarehouse with an epic new video for Alison Wonderland's Happy Place

She's back in the country for a huge run of her own mini-festivals, kicking off tonight.

Header image by Donslens.

After recently dropping her first solo music in over two years, Alison Wonderland has unveiled the video clip for that track, Happy Places, short on her North American tour and directed by Alison herself. The clip serves as the perfect pump-up for her much-anticipated return to Australia this month, with her huge Scarehouse Project tour kicking off in Adelaide tonight, before traversing around the country in various forms over the next couple of months. Alison Wonderland has also revealed she's putting the finishing touches on her next album, following up breakout LP Run, and due some time next year.

Until then, check out the clip for Happy Places below, and see her live with some huge lineups over the next couple of weeks across Australia.

TOUR DATES (TICKETS):

Fri 24 Nov - Scarehouse Project, Adelaide

Sat 25 Nov - Spilt Milk, Canberra

Sun 26 Nov - Scarehouse Project, Brisbane

Fri 1 Dec - Scarehouse Project, Hobart

Sat 2 Dec - Scarehouse Project, Melbourne

Sat 9 Dec - Scarehouse Project, Sydney

Sun 10 Dec - Belvoir Amphitheatre, Perth

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