What happens when you take the ethereal alt-pop queen of Gen Z and do a three minute a cappella medley? This.
Just ahead of their headlining appearance at Haunted Harmonies, the powerful women of HIVE dropped their latest single and music video for Krystle Warren’s “So We Say.”
If you haven’t discovered this Italian group yet, now is the time. Evoking the emotions we usually feel from The Swingles or Cluster, this quartet is putting their own sound on the map with this cover of Sting’s classic, “Fields of Gold.”
The weather hasn’t caught the memo on the season change, but fall was already heating up with all of these great new releases.
The winners of this year’s VoiceJam took advantage of their trip to perform at Vocal Asia to record and film a music video of their mashup of ノーダウトby Offical HigeDan DISM and Taylor Swift’s Shake It Off.
SoCal Vocals & TechTonics
The reigning ICCA Champions teamed up with the 2016 champions, The TechTonics, of Imperial College for a live cover of Señorita.
Hot off the presses, this group of Kansas City high school age students covered TobyMac and Kirk Franklin.
Coming live out of Indianapolis, Impromptu gives us a John Legend tune.
Enjoy a take on The 1975’s hit from this sextet out of Michigan.
In their latest Spotlight Session, the Stanford singers in cardinal jackets mashup Walking on Sunshine with Nina Simone’s Feeling Good.
Not a busy week for new music, but the Hollens family, the cast of Wicked, and two rising stars pulled through for us this New Tunesday!
Peter Hollens feat. Evynne Hollens and The Wicked Cast
Take two aca-lumni YouTube star, mix them with some Broadway stars and what do you get? This.
From the Roots
Enjoy another live treat from From the Roots, this time “Limbo” originally by Lawrence.
The NYC quintet comes back to YouTube with a Dan Satter arrangement of the Ed Sheeran and Justin Beiber tune.
We’ve got a few great songs lined up this week. Are you ready for some new music?
Nothing short of breath taking the Disney a cappella group came in strong with their version of “Speechless” from the new live action Aladdin film, arranged by Deke Sharon.
Also, is there a winner for best smoulder? Morgan Keene wins hands down.
The Fleet Street Singers
Comedy and parody done well in this rather realistic story of the college all-nighter. Almost makes us miss college. Almost.
Don’t worry – the piano is just in the pre-show. Enjoy the latest mashup from this up and coming BYU group.
5280 A Cappella
Utilizing the beautiful Rockies as a backdrop for Foy Vance’s “Make It Rain.”