2019-05-13T15:25:22-04:00 2019-05-13T10:32:13-04:00

teamwork. enlist Nina Nesbitt and AJ Mitchell to perform their debut single "Afterhours"

With our summer playlists slowly filling up again in anticipation of sunny days and warm nights, production duo teamwork. submit their hopeful entry in the form of new single "Afterhours". A truly collaborative effort, "Afterhours" features Scottish pop phenom Nina Nesbitt and rising teen sensation AJ Mitchell as they exchange electrifying verses in a vocal performance bound to get your heart racing and feet tapping. 

With teamwork.'s impressive resumé, (including being behind some of pop music's global chart pleasers), it is no surprise that their debut single has become an instant hit. A sleek and refined electro-pop production, every curve of Nesbitt's seductive vocals is hugged as she implores a modern-day love interest to keep their affair casual and away from daylight. Meanwhile a crooning Mitchell takes up the mantle with his raw vocal prowess, adding depth and a touch of youthful optimism to this upbeat track.

The pairing of these two vocal powerhouses wasn't coincidental, as teamwork. explain: "Having worked together for a couple of years, the idea of creating teamwork. came about in the summer of 2018. We reached out to a few artist friends of ours about the project and to see if they would be interested in doing collaborations and features. Nina and AJ were two of the first artists we've approached as we've always loved to work with both of them." Lucky for us that they did. A match made in pop heaven, Nesbitt and Mitchell effortlessly heat up this fresh production until it is a sweltering, dancing-in-southern California-summer playlist topper. 

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Electro Pop · Music Videos · Pop

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