The next music video for another original song from the upcoming Home Free album “Dive Bar Saints” is here. “Remember This” was written by Home Free bass Tim Foust with Arlis Albritton, Donnie Reis, and Chris Chatham.
Ok, Kevin included his cello in this cover of “Shallow,” but it’s still as masterful as we’ve come to expect from Pentatonix, so we’ll cheat a little, shall we?
There’s a reason this group is consistently one of the best collegiate groups in the world. They just dropped this little video from their latest album, “Sincerely.” (Yeah, go ahead and download that whole thing. We’ll wait.)
What happens when you pair up two of the world’s best beatboxers and let them do their thing in Denver? This.
Scott & Ryceejo
K-Pop is certainly picking up in popularity stateside. Watch as this husband-wife duo takes on BLACKPINK.
Another hauntingly beautiful cover from the Italian group on the rise.
Sirens – 藍色警報
Translated as “That Night”‘ one of the biggest groups out of Taiwan give us a compelling cover – enjoyable even if you’re not fluent in Taiwanese.
Who says all-male collegiate groups can’t do emotions? Rip_Chord captures the pain that comes with love pretty perfectly in their latest release.
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.