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A cappella group Pentatonix is known for their breath taking music sans musical accompaniment. Their latest release from their Christmas album is no exception.

Released the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, the group brings their beautiful voices to the classic song “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.”

It’s the perfect song to turn on Friday morning while you’re decorating your Christmas tree, or in the car on your way to get great shopping deals.

RELATED: You’ll get goosebumps when you hear Pentatonix sing a beautiful rendition of “Hallelujah”

Fans of the group, who got their start on the TV competition “The Sing-Off,” praised the song in the YouTube comments.


“I liked this video before it even started 😆,” Kate Ma wrote.

“Never thought I’d say a Christmas carol was Dope!!” wrote Jack Bertwistle.

At an Atlanta concert last week, Pentatonix took a stab at the currently-viral mannequin challenge. The video shows them on stage, and also their fans perfectly still, like mannequins.

They ended their tour in Houston this week.

RELATED: Pentatonix concert in Georgia came to a sudden halt for one viral reason

Pentatonix released a song from their latest Christmas album earlier this year, putting their spin on the Leonard Cohen classic, “Hallelujah.”

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