The return of Whyte Fang is official.
The resurgence of Alison Wonderland's decade-old alias is set for the end of the month. The renowned DJ, producer, and singer-songwriter took to social media to confirm the news, refraining to share a release date or title.
Back in May we reported on the revival of Whyte Fang, a musical nom de plume developed by Wonderland as early as 2011. She hasn't released new music under the moniker since January 2014, but has teased the project's comeback in cryptic fashion this year.
Check out Whyte Fang's post below.
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In a since-deleted video, Wonderland recently shared a clip on Whyte Fang's Instagram account wherein she debuted a never-before-heard Whyte Fang track at "WonderQuest," a blockchain-powered virtual event organized by Decentraland. Prior to its removal, fans could hear a dark, haunting trap song.
We're unable to confirm if the track is what's on the horizon at the end of October, but her decision to remove the video points to that being the case. There are numerous rips floating around the web, but we've decided not to share one out of respect for the artists and teams involved.