Dove Cameron Mixes It Up With Rocky “Out Of Touch”
Dove Cameron can really do it all. After launching her music career with alt-pop bops “Bloodshot” and “Waste,” the 23-year-old showed a softer side on the dreamy “So Good.” She now throws in some crunchy synths and guitars on an instantly hummable pop/rock concoction called “Out Of Touch.” On it, the breakout star thanks a lover for putting up with her bullshit. “Woke up on the wrong side of you this morning, said some things last night in the heat of the moment,” Dove begins the song. “You always forgive, how could I forget?”
The Descendants star comes to her senses on the chorus. “Who’s gonna tell me I’m out of touch, when the lights come on and I’m still messed up?” she asks. “It’s true, I hope it’s you.” All in all, this is Dove’s fourth very good pop song in a row. “I am so stoked to finally release ‘Out of Touch,'” the multi-hyphenate reveals. “It was the very first track I recorded at the start of this new music era, and still one of my favorites that I have done so far. It’s a big step towards finding my sound as a new artist.” Listen below.