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Zoe Ko Needs Some “Touch Therapy” On New Song

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[Photo via Zian Meng]

Zoe Ko is back with a sexy and thrilling new single, “Touch Therapy,” via Big Loud Rock. Preceded by “EAT” and “DIRT,” this new song boasts booming basslines, glam-rock sonics, and energizing pop beats perfect for your “hot girl summer” playlists.

The New York City-born artist shares, “This song was born out of the most teenage dream night you could imagine. I was seeing a boy in L.A. and one day he drove me around to different outlook points and we eventually ended up at a drive-in movie. Needless to say, I barely remember that movie because I couldn’t see out of the steamy windows of the back of his truck. It rocked my world, and it was so rom-com-esque that it changed my life.”

She continues, “That’s what spawned my concept for ‘Touch Therapy.’ I’m one of the most sex-positive and do-it-for-the-plot people you could meet, so this song felt like second nature. It was so fun to make. And shoutout to the boy who rocked my world in the back of his truck in L.A.” Check out the new track below.

After recently wrapping up a tour with Games We Play, she shared, “I can’t even express how incredible it feels to meet and talk to the people who listen to my music. When I went on tour recently, I finally met fans and heard how much my songs meant to them. It confirmed that my little hobby of writing songs is something way bigger than myself.”

Coming up, you can catch Zoe Ko offering support on Sophie Powers‘ Glitch Tour. Check out the full run below and grab tickets here.

Tour Dates:

  • Aug. 2—Los Angeles, CA @ Moroccan Lounge
  • Aug. 3—San Francisco, CA @ Brick & Mortar
  • Aug. 7—Philadelphia, PA @ The Lounge at World Café Live
  • Aug. 8—New York, NY @ The Mercury Lounge
  • Aug. 10—Toronto, ON @ The Drake Underground
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