Bruin Harmony – an all-male a cappella group from UCLA that you may have seen in a small, indie flick called “The Social Network” – is releasing its debut album, “No More Bets,” for digital download. They released a physical version of the album earlier this year.
Opening up with Kings of Leon’s explosive hit “Use Somebody,” the album offers listeners ten tracks of contemporary a cappella excellence. “No More Bets” features songs such as “You Found Me” by The Fray and “I Want You Back” by *NSYNC. Be on the look-out for some surprises as well.
Founded in 2006 by ACR’s own Ross Morey, Bruin Harmony has absolutely exploded in the past five years. In addition to appearing in “The Social Network,” they helped launch the first Los Angeles A cappella Festival (LA-AF), the largest A Cappella festival on the West Coast. Bruin Harmony has performed for some of UCLA’s largest events, including Dance Marathon and the UCLA’s Spring Sing (in front of approximately 7,000 people), also winning that event’s Prytanean Award for Best A Cappella Entry. However, their recent fame hasn’t stopped them from performing at smaller-but-important events on campus, like Mother’s Day on sorority row.
With such an impressive resume to show so early in their existence, Bruin Harmony is sure to do amazing things as they gain experience. We’ll be keeping an eye on them – and so should you. So check back here for updates about Bruin Harmony, and all of our other fantastic groups!