The Harmonics know how to SING

The Harmonics (from Stanford University) are no strangers to hard-hitting music. Between their cutting-edge approach to arranging and recording a cappella – just listen to their breath-taking interpretation of Simon & Garfunkel’s “Sound of Silence” if you don’t know what we mean – to their daring live performance techniques involving sound effects and dazzling lights, this co-ed group is accustomed to producing attention-grabbing music for all of their audiences.

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Whenever the Harmonics are involved, something pulse-pounding and exciting is going to happen. Cue their latest single, “SING” (originally performed by My Chemical Romance). Dark, frenetic, bold and decidedly edgy, “SING” offers a cappella fans (and music fans in general) a chance to truly tap into their hard rock sides (as the Harmonics have done since their inception). Don’t be fooled by this song’s appearance on “Glee” – The Harmonics are not the a cappella group next door. And in this case, that’s a good thing.

The Harmonics are favorites amongst a cappella fans, having earned international recognition for their live shows (through dedicated audience membership, as well as frequently-viewed YouTube clips), and have been featured on BOCA, Sing, and Voices Only a cappella compilations for some of the truly outstanding work they have done in the studio.

Make sure to add “SING,” their latest release, to your collection!

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One Response to The Harmonics know how to SING

  1. Andrew says:

    All I can say is – Wow!! Great to hear an taster of your music right here on the blog!
    Fantastic job!

    New fan – happy!

    Andrew :)

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