The song follows on from her debut EP “Golden Wings” that’s garnered over 1.2 billion streams globally. Wees is about to start her European tour in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria and will headline in the UK at London’s Lafayette on November 21st.
Zoe says: “Releasing music has created so many new, great friendships and given me so many opportunities, however, I’ve often found myself in a lonely place even in a crowded room. And many of my friends felt the same way. I realized that you could have great people around you but still feel lonely. I also realized that your own feelings are more important than anything physical and that I want to be loved for being me and not for anything else. I’m growing day-by-day, and feel hopeful even though sometimes it makes me sad. I hope this song helps anyone notice they’re not alone in thinking the same.”
Zoe also added: “I started writing the song around Christmas, which was a tough time for me and can be a lonely time for so many. At first, I didn’t like the song at all and I stopped the session and went home. But a few weeks later, I couldn’t get it out of my head and started working on it again. It took me a while to be comfortable with it but now I love the song and its honesty.”
Zoe is currently preparing for her first-ever tour. She’ll play London on November 21st in Lafayette and then in Manchester the day after at the Club Academy. She also just announced her first festivals of the year that will take place in the Summer.
Wees wrapped up 2021 with the single “That’s How It Goes” (Feat. 6Lack), a new web series, “Learning to Love Myself,” and a trio of televised performances – the American Music Awards, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Zoe has also collaborated with top producer Kygo “Love Me Now.”