Alison Wonderland Finds Her Self Worth in 'Church': Watch

Alison Wonderland - Church
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Alison Wonderland, "Church"

Have you ever had someone help you at the start of something, only to become jealous and hurtful when you succeed? It's a special kind of pain, a confusing one that often leads to embarrassment and self doubt. It's important in those moments to remember that you can't control anyone else's feelings, and that what they say and do is not a reflection on you, but rather on themselves.

Next time you need a pick me up, listen to Alison Wonderland's "Church." It's a song that tackles that very moment in our lives, a song the Australian producer says is about “realizing your self-worth when the person you’re with doesn’t.” It's triumphant with a big, booming chorus and a beat that bounces happily in the face of anyone who wants to tear you down. It also got a cool video treatment that sees Wonderland swaggering through a series of beautiful scenescapes, from a warm Church hall to outer space and beyond.

"Church" is the second single from Wonderland's forthcoming sophomore album Awake. It's a deeply personal project that helped the producer work through her own depression, and she hopes it helps others realize that they are never alone and they, too, can make it through their low points into brighter days.

Awake is scheduled for release in the coming months. Watch "Church" below.


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