In celebration of her debut album release (out April 7th via Astralwerks), this monthALISON WONDERLAND embarks on her first ever North American Tour which will be making stops in California, New York, Miami, Seattle, Toronto, and in Chicago at The MID on Friday, April 24th.

Tickets are available HERE.

Known as one of Australia’s most promising young musicians/producers, Alison Wonderland broke out in the US with her highly acclaimed 2014 debut EP Calm Down, which features #1 Hype Machine track “I Want U” — that SPIN declared a “chemically trappy anthem that crackles with self-awareness.”Additionally, VICE’s Thump praised Calm Down, proclaiming the EP “showcases Wonderland’s starlight soprano and propensity for heavy bass to delightful and addictive effect.”

Now the artist is set to take the US by storm with her debut North American Tour and follow-up release,Run which boasts a robust rolodex of guest collaborators, all of whom contributed to developing Alison’s first feature-length. Wonderland worked with a slew of great artists from both sides of the equator; The Flaming Lips front man Wayne Coyne who also makes an appearance in the official video for “U Don’t Know” (WATCH IT HERE), in addition to Djemba Djemba, known for his work withDiplo’s MAD DECENT label, plus cutting edge up and coming producers from around the world including AWE, Lido, and Ganz, as well as New York rapper Johnny Nelson, SAFIA’s Ben Woolner, Alexander Burnett, and BRAVE.

Running the gamut from electronica, future beats, trap, and dancehall to classical and pop music, not only did she co-produce the LP but Wonderland also lends her vocals on almost every track of Run. A labor of love, what you can hear and feel when you play it, is Wonderland’s dedication and very real inability to sit still. “I always feel like I’m never satisfied,” she says. “When I get to a certain place, I’m still not content. It’s really about pushing yourself.” Alison Wonderland’s full-length LP is now available for pre-order on iTunes with three singles “U Don’t Know,” “I Want U,” and “Cold” offered as an instant download with the purchase.