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Pentatonix "PTX Volume 2" New Album Release November 5, 2013

Rock Star Pop Music News
October 19, 2013

via KenPhillipsGroup.com:
October 15, 2013--Vocal sensations Pentatonix have announced plans to release their second album – PTX Volume 2 – November 5th, exclusively on iTunes. The iTunes release will include the group’s cover of Swedish House Mafia hits “Save The World” and “Don’t Worry Child” as an album-only bonus track. - See more at:

Additionally, iTunes is hosting a presale for the album (starting October 15th), with an immediate download of the band’s version of the Macklemore & Ryan Lewis hit “Can’t Hold Us.” PTX Volume 2 is released by Madison Gate Records.

Watch “Can’t Hold Us” Here: http://bit.ly/CHPTX

PTX Volume 2 follows the group’s two 2012 Madison Gate Records Releases – PTX Volume 1 and PTXmas – both debuting on Billboard’s Top 200 and selling more than 100,000 albums to date. The new release will feature 8 brand new tracks, including 3 original songs, 4 covers and a modern twist on the classic “Hit The Road Jack.”

“Pentatonix does it again with PTX Volume 2,” says Madison Gate Records executive Shelly Bunge. “With a collection of covers and original songs, the album showcases exactly why Pentatonix is the number one a cappella recording artist in the country. We couldn’t be happier to be part of this project.”

Online, Pentatonix’s YouTube channel boasts over 140 million views, buoyed by more than 1.6 Million subscribers, and is one of the Top 100 most subscribed-to music channels. The group also has more than 490,000 Facebook fans and nearly 135,000 Twitter followers. The band’s latest video release, a cover of Lorde’s #1 hit “Royals,” has garnered more than 8 million views in its first 2 weeks and is the most-viewed YouTube cover of the New Zealand star’s highly-duplicated indie anthem.

 

Additionally, the group’s a cappella opus – “Evolution Of Music” – has now eclipsed 20 million YouTube views, after gathering nearly 5.5 million in its first week. The video spans 1,000 years of music in just 4 minutes, includes some of the most popular songs from the last dozen centuries and has been featured by The Huffington Post, Mashable and the Yahoo! homepage.

Watch “Evolution Of Music” Here: http://bit.ly/EvolutionPTX

Pentatonix have appeared on countless television shows, including the American Music Awards red carpet show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and Larry King Now, and have been chosen to appear in an upcoming episode of the new season of “Sesame Street,” which will air on February 7, 2014.

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