Alison Wonderland has taken her patented "fuck me up on a spiritual level" mantra to a new level with her new single.
The superstar singer-songwriter and electronic music producer has unveiled "Fuck U Love U," a brooding banger. Fragility is the central motif of the angsty track, which doubles as a captivating cry for help: "I'm by myself / I'm all alone / I think too much / need to switch off," she sings.
Wonderland is as vulnerable as she is magnetic in the official "Fuck U Love U" lyric video, a kaleidoscopic and eerie audiovisual with more tension than an awkward middle school dance. Her haunting lyrics about inner demons materialize in the form of sinister hands, which she wards off throughout. Blindfolded and veiled, she battles the limitations of her own resolve as frenetic neon hues flicker.
Check out the lyric video, directed by Elohim, below.
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Meanwhile, Wonderland recently breathed new life into Whyte Fang, a long-lost musical nom de plume. According to a press release, "Fuck U Love U" is inspired by the alias as well as Ye, formerly known as Kanye West. She recently dusted the cobwebs off of Whyte Fang with a nasty single called "TIDES" before throwing down at her first-ever live show, which was over 10 years in the making.
Fans have been on their heels as Wonderland's third studio album looms. She's remained tight-lipped when it comes to the record, which will be her first since 2018's fan-favorite Awake. She unveiled the album's lead single, "Bad Things," along with a music video back in September 2020 and recorded a stunning live cover on the rooftop of the legendary Capitol Records headquarters in Hollywood.
You can find "Fuck U Love U" on streaming platforms here.