Pentatonix’s recently released “Hallelujah” music video is absolutely stunning… Watch it here!

A cappella music has returned to the mainstream of American music culture because of “Pentatonix.” They don’t use any instruments in their versions of well-known tunes. With just their voices, the group manages to convey the spirit of each song.

The audience starts to applaud as the song begins in this performance footage of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” and the lights gradually come on. Each verse features a different lead singer.

They are on a stage with a stairway and a starry background. The group is dressed in ostentatious and flashy attire. As the beatboxing enters during the chorus and the song becomes more powerful, the lights begin to move.

Some of the most well-known singers and artists in the world have performed covers of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.” The song was performed by Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, and Justin Timberlake, each in their unique style.

Leonard Cohen, a Canadian musician, wrote the song, which was first made available in 1984 on his album “Various Positions.” Before John Cale and Jeff Buckley recorded it, it didn’t have much success.

Since it was used in the popular animated film “Shrek,” 300 different arrangements have probably been made. This outstanding acapella rendition of “Hallelujah” is on par with all others.

The 2011-formed group “Pentatonix” triumphed in the third season of NBC’s “The Sing-Off.” They were given a recording deal, and ever since then, they have taken the country by storm. ‘Pentatonix’ has developed into a musical powerhouse after releasing multi-platinum records!

Here is the video: