Chicago After Dark

Teen Witch Fan Club’s Fifth Harmony Remix is the Only Fifth Harmony Remix That Matters

Chicago After Dark

Teen Witch Fan Club’s Fifth Harmony Remix is the Only Fifth Harmony Remix That Matters

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If you’re a loud, proud poptimist, you’re probably well-aware of Fifth Harmony’s new Ty Dolla $ign-assisted single, “Work from Home:” a track accurately described to us this week as one horny teenage girls would take shots to while listening in their parents’ basement. Sure, this read is one we’ll admittedly sign off on, but there’s nothing wrong with a little nostalgia, right?

Chicago-based producer Teen Witch Fan Club, the mastermind behind those pornographic zines starring Justin Bieber and Zayn Malik, has taken the track’s youthful energy a step further with a short and colorful “sad girl pop” remix that leaves out the girl group’s original vocals. The result—frilly and fantastic—feels like something that could soundtrack a My Super Sweet 16 dance party, after having secretly huffed an entire vile of poppers.

Listen, below, and imagine yourself wearing custom (pre-bankruptcy) Betsey Johnson, while driving in your new Mercedes Benz convertible with “best friends” you secretly loathe.