Mac & Phil hint at new collaboration with Ella Henderson

22 Oct


Mac & Phil have hinted at a new collaboration with Ella Henderson.

“Had an amazing couple of days with @EllaHenderson & @EmilyWarrennn last week. And yes, we are wearing PJs in the studio,” the British songwriting and production duo tweeted on Saturday (October 22, 2016).

Mac & Phil are known for co-writing and producing “Hurts” for Emeli Sande alongside Mustafa Omer and James Murray of Mojam. The track peaked to number to number twenty two on the UK Singles Chart.

Born Matthew Holmes and Philip Leigh, the duo have also contributed to forthcoming projects by James Morrison [Island], Ava Lily [Virgin], The Chainsmokers [Disruptor], Tamera Foster [Syco] and Liza Owen [TBA].

Meanwhile, Emily Warren’s songwriting resume boasts works with Lost Kings (“Phone Down”), Chris Lane (“Girl Problems”), Becky Hill (“Back to My Love”), Melanie Martinez (“Soap”) and Shawn Mendes (“Aftertaste”).

Henderson, on the other hand, is expected to release her sophomore album in 2017 through Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further songwriting contributions from Joe Janiak, Philip Plested, Claude Kelly, JHart, Camille Purcell, Sam Romans, Jessica Ashley, Rachel Rohan, Evan “Kidd” Bogart, Joseph Angel, Benjamin Arrow, Caroline Ailin, Trey Campbell, and Sarah Hudson.

On the production front, the follow-up to 2014’s “Chapter One” features alliances with Dallas Austin, Cass Lowe, Parker Ighile, Fraser T. Smith, Andrew Goldstein, Emanuel Kiriakou, Jason Evigan, Warren Felder, Jez Ashurst, Josh Record, Jamie Scott, Noel Zancanella, Johan Carlsson, and GRADES.

Watch the music video for “Ghost” below.

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