Just a couple of new videos out this week, but what we’re lacking in quantity certainly isn’t affecting the quality!
Is there anything better than the comfort of your hometown dive bar? Everyone needs a low-key, familiar place to unwind sometimes. Home Free capture that in their latest original song, the first single of their upcoming album which is now available for pre-sale.
Don’t have time to watch a full show? Well, catch the 5-minute version of Newsies here:
The 2019 UK ICCA Champions traveled across the Atlantic to compete on Broadway last month. If you didn’t get to see their set, now you can:
Lots of gut-punching power in this week’s #NewTunesday….
Enlisting the talents of 200 young voices, Hollens’ latest YouTube is a stunning cover of Josh Groban’s “You Raise Me Up.”
There might be nothing better than joyfully poking fun at ourselves and A Cappella 101 does just that.
This Boston-based CAL powerhouse took a Kelly Clarkson tune and turned it to 11.
The relatively new but already award-winning Berklee group hits this powerful Todrick Hall cover out of the park with their first ever music video.
קוינטה וחצי Quinta and a Half
Who doesn’t need a little classic Bee Gees with their Tu(n)esday?
Even though you might not understand the lyrics depicting a deep but tumultuous love, you’ll still appreciate this music.
One more #SmashHitSunday from the gentlemen of The Techtonics – this time with a little Jonas Brothers cover.
And finally – ARORA – whose performances together are now rare, surprised us with three new songs that sound like a perfect extension to their album, Bioluminescence. Run, don’t walk. Enjoy this gift.
January was filled with such great music – we can hardly believe it’s already February.
Here are this week’s newest hits:
A little a cappella Travis Tritt, anyone?
Not only did Pitch Slapped create an amazing arrangement of Charlie Puth’s “Attention” but they also NAILED it live at Berklee Caf in December. Consider us floored.
In case Pitch Slapped wasn’t enough, here’s more great cover music out of the Boston collegiate scene.
With adorable dogs and a vocal feature by percussionist Jeff Thacher, there’s nothing not to like about the latest cover from Rockapella.
In his latest release Peter Hollens portrays the villain that everyone loves to hate: Scar.
Certainly was a good week for one man covers of Disney classics of the Lion variety.
No one was more excited to hear “Hooked On A Feeling” come back in Guradians of the Galaxy than your author, so an a cappella cover is just icing on the cake.
This sextet out of Michigan dropped their first video – a live take of Thirdstory’s “Still in Love” and we just may be.
Colorado All State Choir
Now an annual tradition, the All State Choir makes beautiful music from the balconies.
Not one, but two awesome mashups of TV theme songs? Yes, please.