Inspiring singer-songwriter Mandy Harvey is no stranger to uncommon beauty, and with her new Christmas EP, WONDERLAND, she celebrates a season like no other. Out today (11/18) and featuring six original holiday tracks, the project pairs a cozy Roots-Pop feel with Harvey’s one-of-a-kind vocals as she explores self-love through themes of holiday joy, nostalgia and even heartbreak. 

Produced by Billy Lefler, each soothing track captures another unique aspect of the holiday season, from its charm and excitement to quiet moments of reflection, wrapping it all in a sense of captivated wonder.

“Wanted to bring a little holiday cheer with a surprise EP,” Harvey announced to fans on Instagram. “All original songs with the hope that you feel loved!”

Mandy Harvey’s WONDERLAND Track List:

1. “B.U.Y.” 
2. “Wonderland”
3. “Time For The Lights” 
4. “Sugar Rush” 
5. “Reminiscing” 
6. “Windowpane” 

Produced by Billy Lefler  

An artist whose immense talent is equaled only by her inspiring story, Harvey’s WONDERLAND follows her 2022 album, PAPER CUTS, which was grounded in the same self-acceptance which launched her to stardom.

Diagnosed at 18 with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome – a rare condition affecting the connective tissue of the body – Harvey had loved singing her whole life, yet suddenly found herself losing her hearing. After losing her hearing completely, she eventually relearned how to sing and has since found powerful ways to communicate and inspire through music.


In 2017, Harvey rose to fame on NBC's America's Got Talent, earning acclaim with a moving rendition of her original song, “Try.” Her audition video has now been viewed more that 500 MILLION times in total, while “Try” (off her 2014 album ALL OF ME) has been streamed more than 5 MILLION times on Spotify alone. 


Meanwhile, Harvey continues to celebrate differences and advocate for the different ability community, releasing the self-care anthem “Bought Myself Roses” in 2021. That year she also appeared on PBS’ Human: The World Within, highlighting our ability to overcome obstacles, and in June of 2022 Harvey and her husband welcomed a baby boy named Louis. 


Along with her new EP, Mandy Harvey continues to perform and inspire all over the world – including with this weekend’s appearance in Tokyo, Japan, for the 2022 True Colors Festival.




“Mandy Harvey lost her hearing – but then found her voice,” hails PEOPLE. Harvey, an inspiring singer-songwriter, is profoundly deaf after losing her hearing at 18 years old as a result of connective tissue disorder Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. Out now, independently-funded studio album, PAPER CUTS, is a vulnerable collection of lessons learned and emotions discovered. Globally known for her uplifting performance of original song “Try” on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, which earned her the “Golden Buzzer” by Simon Cowell in 2017, her audition video has surpassed over 500 MILLION views collectively. Dedicated to her ongoing commitment to serve as an advocate for the different ability community, Harvey’s a part of nonprofit organizations like No Barriers USA and “Music: Not Impossible” with Not Impossible Labs. Lauded by critics and top-tier television outlets alike, she's been featured on NBC Nightly News, CNN’s Great Big StoryDr. OzTODAY, and more, plus The New York TimesNPREntertainment TonightPEOPLEAmerican Songwriter, among others, with Fox News further stating that Harvey’s “changing the world in a big way.” She is managed by Jonas Group Entertainment.