Some pretty exciting music happening all over the world in this week’s #NewTunesday!
The buzz is reaching a breaking point as Endgame inches closer, so we’d like to start with this one.
Camp A Cappella with Backtrack
Get a peek inside the fun at the world’s biggest a cappella camp with this little hit from The Greatest Showman.
US audiences may have first been introduced to this group during the CARA Ceremony, but this Muse cover shows off even more of what this Italian group can do.
Be sure to check out this new-to-us group out of Finland – this live video is worth a watch!
Quinta and a Half
Translating to “Days of Silence”, you don’t need to speak Hebrew to appreciate this beautiful song from Quinta and a Half.
No Southern Accent
Performed live at The Betsy A Cappella Festival in Miami last fall, NSA does justice to an intense James Arthur song.
In a tribute to Critical Role and Critter and D&D, this Toronto group did something a little out of the ordinary.
Always nice to hear a cover of an a cappella community alumnus – this time from Ben Platt of Pitch Perfect and Dear Evan Hansen fame.
In addition to all of the great variety of a cappella you can hear ’round the clock here at Acaville Radio, we’re going to bring you some bonus releases each Tuesday to make sure you’re finding all of the latest and greatest this talented community has to offer.
Here are our favorites this week:
Here to save us from U.S. Election Day madness, the magical voices of Duwende are back with a cover of the Bee Gees’ “How Deep Is Your Love.” Just pour a glass of wine and put it on repeat as the polling results come in.
This game-changing Harmony, Inc. quartet had a pretty great week in Orlando – they finished 13th overall in the International Quartet Contest and also received service award at IC&C on behalf of Harmony, Inc. for their community work with Race and #RealTalk. Here is their rendition of Fats Waller’s and Andy Razaf’s “Black and Blue” – arrangement by David Wright.
In honor of Halloween, Backtrack gave us the “The Sort-Of Ballad of Sweeney Todd” featuring an arrangement and guest appearance on bass by Evan Feist. Pretty amazing set provided by YouTube, too!
Top Irish vocal band, Ardú, released another music video from their latest album, Gravity. This time it’s Elbow’s “Lippy Kids” now on rotation on Acaville!
2018 AcaOpen Champions dropped their first music video this week and it brings back all the warm fuzzies that took over Carnegie Hall the night of their big win. Here is “My Favorite Things.’
Just ahead of their main stage appearance at SoJam, ember gave us a spooktacular video for their cover of “Copycat.”