If you're looking for R&B that you can dance to that doesn't sound like it was made for teenagers or 20-somethings, why aren't you listening to the Foreign Exchange already?

The North Carolina-based duo's new album, 'Love In Flying Colors,' finds singer/rapper/songwriter Phonte and producer Nicolay further embracing their fondness for the dance floor. That's evident on the latest track to hit the web, 'Right After Midnight,' which features frequent collaborator Sy Smith.

The song sounds like something from the 1980s hey-day of two step-ready R&B that many have tried to re-create over the years only to sound corny or forced. With the Foreign Exchange, it's all natural. The track is also indicative of what to expect on their new album, which they released independently today on their own label, +FE Music.

You can hear 'Right After Midnight' below.