Two A Cappella Groups To Release EPs On The Same Day
April 16 will be a special day for the Penn State community. Sure, it will be the day of the Blue-White game, and yeah, tons of alumni new and old will be back to celebrate, but something important will also happen in the arts community. Both Pennharmonics and Coda Conduct, both Penn State a capella groups, will release their EPs.
Coda Conduct will release its EP, Out of the Dark, on iTunes and Loudr, a week after it performed at Relay for Life. The group worked with The Vocal Company to produce its recordings, and bring its EP to life. On the group’s Facebook page you can find a video sample of four of the songs from the album including “Breath of Life” by Florence and the Machine, “Yesterday” by David Guetta, “What Do You Mean?” by Justin Bieber, and “Elastic Heart” by Sia.
This Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Coda Conduct will perform a free concert in 102 Forum. It will celebrate the new album and will serve as the group’s spring concert and senior send off.
The Pennharmonics will host a concert Saturday at 6 p.m. (don’t worry, you can attend both concerts) to celebrate the release of their new EP album The Penns. Their concert will be in 105 Forum and will cost just a dollar at the door. The show will include performances of all five of The Pennharmonics’ EP tracks, such as hits by Allen Stone, Lianne La Havas, Cam, and more. In addition, they will be honoring their graduating seniors. Copies of their 2014 album Black Cloud Silver Lining will be sold at the doors.
You can preview the group’s song “What You Don’t Do” on its Facebook page, taken from the upcoming EP. This single is available on iTunes and Spotify as well.
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