Since then and as of 2018, prior to Above & Beyonds sixth studio album release, she has done 15 collaborations in total with the band. One of them includes the 2014 hit single Were All We Need, which was eventually nominated for Best Dance/Electronic Record at 58th Grammy Awards, making it Zoes first ever major award nomination.
Zoë Johnston is a country singer and songwriter based in Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom. She is mostly mostly known for working with British trance group Above & Beyond, sparking hit singles Love Is Not Enough, Alchemy, You Got To Go, Were All We Need and My Own Hymn.
Before rising to fame she also released an album, entitled Happenstances, in 2002 as an independent release. It features the song Crazy English Summer, which an acoustic cover of her featured appearance with Faithless on the song of the same name, released in 2001. After her album was released, her cousin, who went to school with Above & Beyond lead instrumentalist Jono Grant, got in touch with him and said he would like to have Zoe feature on a new song of theirs. They collaborated on the song and released it under the title No One On Earth in 2004.