Zoe Wees Launches New Web Series, “Learning To Love Myself”

*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Capitol Music Group

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Jessie J Follows Previous Guests Tate McRae and 6LACK As Episode 3 Launches Today 

Wees Performed At The American Music Awards, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” And Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade  

Zoe Wees – a YouTube Artist On The Rise, an Apple Music Up Next artist and an MTV EMA award nominee – closed out 2021 with a new web series, “Learning to Love Myself” and a trio of television performances – The American Music Awards (November 21), “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (November 24) and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (November 25).

Jessie J joins Wees on Episode 3 of “Learning to Love Myself.” Utilizing multiple platforms, each episode has a long-form video, hosted on YouTube, that captures Wees and her guest discussing well-being, music and the theme of the week. Secondly, Wees delves into the meaning of a track from her debut EP, Golden Wings, in a Snapchat episode. View Wees’conversation with Jessie J HERETate McRae appeared on the first episode of “Learning to Love Myself” and 6LACK, who features on Wees’ new single, That’s How It Goes,” guested on Episode 2. 

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View Wees’ conversation with Tate McRae HERE
Watch Zoe cover Tate’s “You Broke Me First” HERE
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Listen in on Wees’ conversation with 6LACK HERE

Check out the Snapchat episode HERE 

Named as “One To Watch” by Billboard earlier last year, Wees has a knack for making her complex, emotional stories feel universally relatable. On “Control,” her 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. The song 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.”

“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.” She performed the track on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Found on her debut EP, Golden Wings, the two songs have amassed over 860 million combined global streams. Wees will launch her first-ever EU/UK headline tour in March 2022. Tickets and itinerary are available HERE.

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