Pentatonix Drop The Covers On Their New Self-Titled Album

Check out the video for "Can't Sleep Love."

The talented a cappella supergroup Pentatonix has been releasing pop covers since 2011, garnering legions of fans and more than nine million views on YouTube.

Now the band is releasing its first full-length album of original music (well, with one cover, of Shai’s “If I Ever Fall In Love”) with Pentatonix.

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“Being in the industry, you have to know the ins and outs, the formulas, how everything works,” Mitch Grassi told USA Today. “We learned even more working with pop writers.”

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After winning NBC’s The Sing-Off in 2011, Pentatonix released three studio albums, several EPs and numerous YouTube covers. (That’s Christmas to Me was one of only three albums to sell a million copies last year.)

This album, though, represents a leap into the big leagues.

“We’ve always had very humble ways of doing things — like do it in a closet or record on the road,” Scott Hoying said. “RCA has put us in really nice studios; they’ve given us a real production team for our videos.”

Below, check out the video for “Can’t Sleep Love,” the first single off Pentatonix.
 

 
Pentatonix is available on iTunes now.

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