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The Pennchants New Music Video "Intertwined" Is Tied To A Bigger Project Of Singing For A Cause

Giving and great music... we dare you to name a better pair!

While we're all dealing with our new normal, more and more groups are taking this time to drop new music, new albums and new projects. One project that has caught our attention comes straight from the talented bunch of gents at the University of Pennsylvania, the Pennchants.

The Pennchants have been taking advantage of quarantining to flood their online channels with amazing content. And most recently, the all-male a cappella group has dropped a new music video for the group's very first original song "Intertwined." While the video consists of shots of each member in quarantine, the blend and balance couldn't be tighter as the Pennchants deliver impeccable vocals.

"Intertwined" is a refreshing culmination of Pop, hints of jazz, and soft rock elements that invigorates and soothes the spirit.
Simply put, it's a feel good dance track that really connects with listeners.

And as if the Pennchants' creative efforts with their original song wasn't enough, the video is part of an online concert series the group has developed in conjunction with Philabundance, the largest hunger-relief organization in the greater Philly area. Proceeds will go towards providing meals for those in need. Fans and supporters of the Pennchants can join the group on YouTube every Saturday from now til May 31st where a new video will be released. 

To learn how you can donate to this cause, go here.

You can check out the a cappella group's YouTube page here. And be sure to watch the video below.