With some incredible new videos popping up, we’re thrilled to bring back New Tunesday! Enjoy some of our recent favorites.
These legends are back and have been teasing us with songs from their new album for weeks. And we are HERE for it. All original and complete FIRE. Check out their latest release and then go back and watch videos for the previous released singles, Dangerous and Little Bit of This. Or, you know, ALL of their music videos.
This NYC sextet used their latest video to pay tribute to their beloved hometown and to send out strength and hope to all.
The Apex Singers
Director Ollie Lambert composed this original song, using lyrics from a classic Robert Frost poem.
Vice & Versa
We love a good play on words here at Acaville, especially when it results in a fun international collaboration.
Today we are celebrating with Pitch Fight on the release of their brand new album, PURPLE REIGN! Acaville catches up with the group and debuts a few tracks at 1 pm Eastern.
You’ll also be able to hear it again on The Pulse on Tuesday night at 6 pm Pacific.
Highline Vocal Jazz
This one is a treat for the ears AND the eyes. See them LIVE at N.E.Voices this weekend – we’ll be streaming it right here on Acaville!
The King’s Singers
Founding Harmony is coming soon and here’s the newest single from this pillar of the a cappella world.
Forte + Shams Ahmed + Plaid Productions + Justin Critchfield + Ed Boyer + Dave Sperandio + Ryan Parma = Magic. That’s how math works, right?
Anytime the vocal percussionist gets a solo, you know it’s going to be great.
This Twin Cities based group announced their new members, Mel Daneke and Virginia Cavaliere with this Beyonce classic.
There’s a reason the a cappella community loves singing and hearing covers of this Leonard Cohen song – especially when arranged and sung well.
This group should really just consider going all a cappella.
A stellar live version of Hard Place featuring first year soloist, Devon Gates.
January is a great time to put the spotlight on empowerment songs. Here’s a great medley from this San Diego quintet.
New year, new music. Keep it coming, folks.
This group doesn’t always sing a cappella, but they sound pretty great when they do.
In celebration of five years, VXN dropped V this week, with a couple of teaser videos. Hear the whole album here.
Well never get tired of a great original a cappella song. Especially when it comes from a high school group. Check it out here.