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18 MARCH 2022 (TORONTO) - Zoe Wees’ latest pop perfection comes in the shape of her new single “Lonely” where she continues to speak up about the weaker moments in her mental health. 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.


Speaking about the song, Zoe explained "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."


"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.


March 29th - Szene - Vienna, Austria
March 31st - Alter Schlachthof - Dresden, Germany

April 2nd - Im Wizemann - Stuttgart, Germany
April 4th - Kaufleuten - Zurich, Switzerland
April 5th - Backstage Werk - Munich, Germany
April 7th - Zeche - Bochum, Germany
April 9th - Metropol - Berlin, Germany
April 10th - Batschkapp - Frankfurt am Main, Germany
April 12th - Kantine - Cologne, Germany
April 13th - Kantine - Cologne, Germany
April 14th - Täubchenthal - Leipzig, Germany
April 19th - Gruenspan - Hamburg, Germany
April 20th - Gruenspan - Hamburg, Germany

June 10th - Lovestream Festival - Bratislava, Slovakia
June 30th - Open Air St. Gallen - St. Gallen, Switzerland
July 1st - Lollapalooza - Stockholm, Sweden
July 13th - Gurtenfestival - Wabern/Bern, Switzerland

August 4th - Stars in Town - Schaffhausen, Switzerland
August 20th - San Hejmo Festival - Weeze, Germany

November 02nd - Alhambra - Geneva, Switzerland
November 05th - Atelier - Luxembourg, Luxembourg
November 15th - Tolhuistuin - Amsterdam, Netherlands
November 18th - La Machine Du Moulin Rouge - Paris, France
November 19th - Rotonde - Brussels, Belgium
November 21st - Lafayette - London, UK
November 22nd - Club Academy - Manchester, UK

About Zoe Wees

Breakout star Zoe Wees has a knack for making her complex, emotional stories feel universally relatable. On “Control,” her raw, powerful debut single, she confronted the emotional scars that resulted from her childhood struggle with benign rolandic epilepsy, a traumatic, isolating condition that can cause severe seizures. She soon found that the song struck a chord with other people who were dealing both with similar and with completely different problems. “Control” became a worldwide hit, entered the top 20 at Pop radio in the U.S. and led to her U.S. television debut on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” Whereas in the UK, Zoe has enjoyed a host of tastemaker kudos in the shape of the Guardian, Forbes, Gal Dem, Best Fit, Clash & Notion among many others.

“Girls Like Us,” Wees’ follow-up single, was praised by People as “a vulnerable pop anthem that pushed for togetherness and solidarity to girls around the world.” 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.”