DISCOVER: Hit-making duo teamwork. step into the spotlight with ‘Afterhours’

teamwork. enlist Nina Nesbitt and AJ Mitchell for debut pulsing ‘Afterhours’. 

You may not have heard of English/American duo teamwork., but you’ll be familiar with the electropop sounds coming from their studio sessions. Having played a role on hits including Nick Jonas and Robin Schulz’s ‘Right Now’, Fetty Wap and Cheat Codes’ ‘Feels Great’ and Tiësto’s ‘Secrets’, the duo have racked up 1.5 billion streams even before stepping out as an artist in their own right.

Born from a cold Friday night session in London with Nina Nesbitt, ‘Afterhours’ is a flick which sees Nesbitt’s trademark songwriting style reaching new EDM heights. LA-based singer and social media sensation, AJ Mitchell completes the team-up.

Having worked together for a couple of years, the idea of creating teamwork. came around 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 approached as we’ve always loved working with both of them. We’re so excited to have them both on the first single!”

Nesbitt adds, “I love how ‘Afterhours’ has developed into such an unexpected collaboration. I found AJ Mithcell on Instagram a few years ago and have been a fan of his ever since, so I’m really excited he’s involved too.”

The ‘Somebody Special’ singer, who recently signed with Kobalt Music, released her five-star sophomore record The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change in February. Meanwhile, AJ Mitchell has seen 2019’s single, ‘All My Friends’, rack up nearly 5 million streams on Spotify in a couple of months.

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Written by Toby Bryant

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