‘Silent Night’ is one of the most familiar Christmas songs, recognized in most parts of the world. A video showing an acapella version by Pentatonix is giving fans goosebumps worldwide.
Acappella sensation Pentatonix does a rendition of ‘Silent Night’ in this unbelievably good video. Without a single note from a musical instrument, the group manages to engage viewers until the end.
The famous group from Arlington, Texas, became famous when they won the third season of NBC’s ‘The Sing-off.’ This reality television talent competition was only the beginning of a sterling career.
‘Silent Night’ was written in 1816 by a young priest, Joseph Mohr, in Austria after the Napoleonic wars. It’s about a calm night and the wonder of a newborn child, similar to the night of Jesus Christ’s birth.
All five singers are seen in this video, throwing every bit of emotion into their voices to create music that stirs deep within the soul. Viewers are elated to hear this beautiful version of this touching song.
One viewer named Patrick commented online: ‘Who else got goosebumps through this song? They sound like angels singing.’ Most viewers of this video would agree with Patrick as it is emotionally stirring to say the least.
Pentatonix continues to make a name for itself with its fabulous renditions of famous songs. This time they cracked it again, and it is fast becoming one of the most sought-after songs to put on Christmas playlists.