Zoe Wees Unveils Her Deeply Personal First Album “Therapy”

Available Now Through Capitol Records

Zoe Wees, the artist behind nearly three billion global streams since her 2020 breakout with the RIAA Gold-certified and Top 20 Pop radio charting “Control,” today unveils her heartfelt first album, “Therapy.” Zoe Wees Unveils Her Deeply Personal First Album &Quot;Therapy&Quot;, Yours Truly, News, February 24, 2024

This album presents a collection of twenty tracks that serve as an intimate narrative of Zoe’s life, marked by her unfiltered truthfulness. She navigates through her childhood marked by anxiety and health challenges, her upbringing in a single-parent household, and her navigation of the complexities of the music industry and social media. While her experiences are uniquely hers, the raw emotion she conveys is something many can resonate with. “My songs are my form of therapy, my means of confronting and quelling my deepest fears and vulnerabilities. ‘Therapy’ is not just an album; it’s a companion on my path to self-discovery and self-acceptance,” Zoe explains.

The album is introduced by the poignant “Love Should Be Easy,” a ballad that delves into the difficulty of releasing oneself from a detrimental relationship. The song begins with tender piano notes and gradually crescendos into a more rhythmic piece, all while preserving its deeply moving narrative. Additionally, Zoe is set to launch a music video for “Lifeline,” . The documentary-style video chronicles Zoe’s experiences in the U.S. and her album recording sessions over recent years, featuring clips by Johnny Neghei and Greg Kotler, who also worked on Zoe’s “Learning To Love Myself” mini-documentary, with editing by Greg.

Zoe Wees’s ability to transform her intricate and emotive life stories into universally resonant tales is evident. Her compelling debut “Control” garnered 2 billion streams and achieved global acclaim, breaking into the U.S. Top 20 Pop radio. Her subsequent release, “Girls Like Us,” was spotlighted by the New York Times Magazine as part of “the sad banger” evolution and lauded by People for its empowering message. The track soared to the top of Germany’s radio charts with multi-platinum certification. Following this, her initial EP “Golden Wings” captured widespread attention, featuring on Spotify’s Radar, Apple’s UpNext, and YouTube’s Artist On The Rise. Zoe has been featured in prominent publications such as The Guardian, Forbes (30 Under 30), Gal Dem, Line Of Best Fit, and Clash, with cover features in Notion, Euphoria, Hunger, and Germany’s Glamour Magazine. Her live performances include the American Music Awards, “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in 2021. Zoe’s collaborations boast names like 6lack, Kygo, and Felix Jaehn.

Tracklist for Therapy

  1. Sorry For The Drama
  2. Lightning
  3. Girls Like Us
  4. Love Should Be Easy
  5. Control
  6. Lifeline
  7. Daddy’s Eyes
  8. Hold Me
  9. Nothing’s Forever
  10. 21 Candles
  11. On My Own
  12. Broke
  13. That’s How it Goes feat. 6LACK
  14. You Ain’t Really Good For Me
  15. Don’t Give Up
  16. Nothing But You
  17. Third Wheel
  18. Less Of A Women
  19. Hold Me Like You Used To
  20. When It Hurts


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