Wonderland

Wonderland

Take a look at the new Wonderland video for 'Nothing Moves Me'.

Wonderland released their debut self-titled album Wonderland on the 6th June and it stormed straight into the top 10, finishing the week at 8 and selling over 15,000 copies.

This is the highest debut from a girlband in 9 &12; years since Girls Aloud stormed the charts with their first album.

Wonderland are also one of very few UK signed acts to debut in the top 10 this year - alongside James Blake, Claire Maguire, Vaccines and Katy B.

 

Their 12 track debut album sees Wonderland work with some of the world’s finest heavyweight songwriters and producers, including Shep Solomon, Steve Power, Steve Robson, Bob Clearmountain and Mark Owen.

Wonderland's emergence owes plenty to their combined vocal effervescence. With five lead singers working in unison, this is a band big on wide-ranging harmonies and soulful pop hooks; a girl group taking their lead from substance rather than style.

 

Wonderland release their next single Nothing Moves Me on the 15th August, and this follows the tracks Not A Love Song and Starlight, both of which were A-List at Radio 2.

 

At first glance, Wonderland's arrival on the pop scene seems almost rocket-fuelled.

The part-Irish, part English quintet - Sharon Condon, Corinna Durran, Jodi Albert, Kasey Smith and Leigh Learmont - were hand-picked at a 2008 audition in Dublin.

Since then they've since sashayed before primetime TV shows and stadium audiences of nearly 85,000.

Check out our review of their debut album and our interview with Leigh Learmont.