Betty Who Unveils Lusty New Single “Human Touch”: Listen
After releasing a cover of Donna Lewis’ “I Love You Always Forever” earlier this year, Betty Who has returned with the ever-lusty “Human Touch.”
Written by Who, Peter Thomas and Kyle Moorman, the song is a slinky, electro-pop extravaganza that finds the Australian singer crooning about post-breakup sex. “Oh, one more night to hold ya / We don’t have to call it love / We just need a human touch,” she sings in the soaring chorus. It’s a slightly different direction for Who, though it’s definitely a welcome one.
So why the change? “I’ve spent the past two years on the road, and I walked away with this intense feeling of wanting to make dance music,” Who said in a presser. “All of that touring and living developed my sense of self… ‘Human Touch’ is the introduction to that new version of myself I’ve found in the last couple of years.”
The track serves as the lead single for her forthcoming sophomore album, which will be out in early 2017.