Mitch Allan

Songwriter | Producer | Artist


Mitch Allan is a former recording artist who has transitioned to a hit pop songwriter/producer, with over a decade of sustained success. He started his career as the lead-singer/songwriter for SR-71 with the #2 Modern Rock hit "Right Now." Afterwards, he focused his talent on writing and producing for others.

Mitch has enjoyed massive pop success over the last few years. Among his many releases, he recently co-wrote Jason Derulo's worldwide smash single, "Want To Want Me," which peaked at #1 on the US Billboard Mainstream Top 40. Mitch also co-wrote Kelly Clarksons’s 2016 Grammy-Nominated hit "Heartbeat Song.” Demi Lovato recorded Mitch's co-write, "Heart Attack," which was Top 10 on the US Billboard Hot 100.

Mitch works with: Demi Lovato, Jason Derulo, Zendaya, Fifth Harmony, R5, Julia Michels, Jason Evigan, Sean Douglas, Nikki Williams, Ali Tamposi, Megan Trainor, Kevin Kadish, Ashley Gorley, Lindy Robbins, and Livi Frank, among others. Mitch has also worked with more alternative rock artists, including writing for/producing Simple Plan and several of Chris Daughtry's releases. Mitch has worked on various Disney and Nickelodeon projects, including Camp Rock and the Jonas Brothers.