- Keanu Reeves could join the MCU, according to Kevin Feige 4 Years Ago
- How to watch the U.S. women vs. Sweden online for free Today 7:00 AM
- What were these QAnon fans doing posing at Guantanamo Bay? Today 6:30 AM
- How to watch the 2019 NBA Draft online for free Today 6:00 AM
- Ta-Nehisi Coates dismantles Mitch McConnell’s anti-reparations argument Wednesday 7:52 PM
- Whoopi Goldberg stirs debate over her opinion regarding Bella Thorne’s nudes Wednesday 7:04 PM
- Joe Biden really, really hates raves Wednesday 6:02 PM
- RIP to the Twitter geotagging feature that no one actually used Wednesday 5:14 PM
- Facebook contractors reveal the horrors of moderating graphic content Wednesday 4:42 PM
- Prosecutor almost directly quoted Bible in trial against man who helped migrants Wednesday 4:05 PM
- TikTok’s time warp videos get it twisted Wednesday 4:03 PM
- Is a ‘Stranger Things’ and Fortnite crossover event going to happen? Wednesday 3:55 PM
- YouTube reportedly thinking about moving all kids content off the main site Wednesday 3:50 PM
- AOC calls out Democrats for tone-deaf Beyoncé tweet Wednesday 3:15 PM
- Democrat candidates come out as ‘wife guys’ Wednesday 2:45 PM
Pentatonix release video for new original song ‘Can’t Sleep Love’
A cappella’s biggest breakout stars are set for a new record.
In the clip for “Can’t Sleep Love,” the YouTube a cappella superstars sing their newest track in front of brightly colored backdrops while dancers, painted to blend right in, contort beside them. While they’ve made a name for themselves with cover tunes, “Can’t Sleep Love” is an original track.
Pentatonix are still on the road in a successful opening slot for Kelly Clarkson, and hot off their first Grammy win in 2015 for their arrangement of a Daft Punk mashup. They also released a documentary about their life on the road through Vimeo earlier this year.
Pentatonix’s upcoming self-titled album is available for pre-order now and hits stores Oct. 16.
Screengrab via Pentatonix /YouTube
A former YouTube reporter for the Daily Dot, Rae Votta has more than a decade of experience in the digital and entertainment industries. Her work has appeared on AOL, Huffington Post, Out Magazine, Logo, VH1, Current TV, Billboard, and NYMag. She joined Netflix in 2016.