Betty Who
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We’re suckers for a bouncy pop song, which is why we can’t get enough of Betty Who’s new song “Human Touch.”

Hailing from Australia, Betty Who previously made waves in the U.S. with her track “Somebody Loves You,” which went viral after a gay couple, Dustin and Spencer, used the song for in a marriage proposal video at Home Depot.

Often cited as Australia’s answer to Robyn (amazing) and Katy Perry, the latter whom she also toured with, Betty Who’s first two EPs, The Movement and Slow Dancing, were followed up by the singer’s debut album, Take Me When You Go in 2014.

Now, let’s re-live that cute AF proposal video because the world could do with more love right now.

Too cute.

However, now Betty Who is BACK and her new song is our favorite track of the week.

Titled “Human Touch,” the song is an uplifting pop song reminiscent of early Katy Perry and Ace of Base. Listen to the song below.

The first song to be lifted from the singer’s upcoming second album, which is set for release early next year, “Human Touch” was written by Betty Who, Peter Thomas, and Kyle Moorman, who also produced the track.

Seriously, we’ve all been there, right?

Those who are fans of Australian pop singers in general might also recognize Betty Who from YouTuber Troye Sivan’s debut album.

The pair collaborated on Troye’s song “Heaven,” which deals with LGBTQ+ acceptance. Listen to the song below.

Betty Who had previously teased her musical come back with a cover of Donna Lewis’s “I Love You Always Forever.

Noted for it’s inclusivity, the video for featured a plethora of LGBTQ+ couples, something that Betty has always felt very passionate about doing.

Betty Who is set to release her second album next year.