Pentatonix created an entire extended play (EP) and accompanying music videos entirely from home.

“At Home” EP features a 13-song medley, “Home” and a cappella covers of “Blinding lights” by The Weeknd, “When the party’s over” by Billie Eilish, “Break my heart” by Dua Lipa, “Cologne” by Clean Bandit, and “Dreams” by The Cranberries.

All of the music and videos from the EP were arranged, recorded, produced, and filmed during quarantine.

Scott Hoying, in a statement, said producing the EP without being in the same room with his bandmates and producer was “super challenging and definitely bizarre.”

“[But] I know that collectively we were inspired by the strength, creativity and resourcefulness of people around the globe throughout the past months,” Hoying also said.

“We are so very proud to be able to share this music and these videos with our fans and can’t wait for them to hear what else we’ve been up to!” the singer-songwriter added.
The three-time Grammy Award-winning group said four additional music videos will be released weekly in June and July.
Pentatonix has sold over 10 million albums worldwide. The acapella group performed in Manila last February for their “Pentatonix World Tour” at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

Source: Manila Bulletin (