TeamMate lifts you up with their new single, Don’t Count Me Out

Posted: June 17, 2014 in Band, Entertainment, Indie Pop, music, New Music, New Release, Pop
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When faced with the many challenges and struggles in life, you always need a teammate to be there for you and become your personal cheerleading squad. Now there is an incredible indie pop duo who do just that with their music. TeamMate was formed out from the relationship break-up of drummer Dani Buncher and singer-keyboardist Scott Simons. Both of them were passionate about music and together have created inspiring songs that take you through their life journey.

They have just released the song, Don’t Count Me Out on Rostrum Records, which I love! It is a great pick me up track that provides an uplifting message of hope. Dani explains, Don’t Count Me Out is a song we’ve drawn from personal experiences but hope it has a universal theme. We’ve been playing it live for awhile and the response from the audiences really helped us know how to produce the song for the studio version.  and Scott mentions, We’re excited to still be in each other’s lives and working towards something together. We couldn’t have guessed after all this time this is where we’d end up.

Check out the track here:


Whatever you are facing or looking at that hill to climb, battling your own internal struggles,  this is your new Go To song that will give you that extra push to rise above it all. It has passionate vocals amid the dreamy synth melodies. It is very inviting and can transcend genres and I know will receive high praises by all music lovers. I really look forward to more new music from TeamMate.

Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news. We will see if we can bring you an interview with this dynamic inspiring duo!

~ Marisol

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