A cappella group tears into pop and rock favorites such as “Marvin Gaye” and “All About That Bass”
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Where they got their big break: YouTube, where they’ve racked up more than 50 million views
What they’re not: a stereotypical male a cappella group, singing familiar college tunes like the fight song or the fine print on the dorm’s meal plan
What they are: according to original member Randy Stine, 10 guys who “take the music very seriously; we just don’t take ourselves too seriously.”
What’s up next: The New Old-Fashioned, due out in late 2015, which features a cappella covers of “Creep,” “Take Me to Church,” “Shut Up and Dance,” and a song with a slightly altered title—”All About That Bass (No Tenors)”