There's nothing duller in a cappella than watching groups who you can easily tell are not into what they're singing. Thankfully, this cover of "Not Over You" by Fermata Thin Air is not one of those performances.
One great thing about a cappella music is that anything goes. You've already taken away the instruments so what more is there to lose? Your audience didn't come to see singers stand in a semicircle and sing with binders in their hands (not that we have anything against that). As college a cappella singers, your job, which is sometimes even more important than the singing is to entertain. What I love about this Fermata Thin Air cover is that everyone is engaged, moving, and feeding off of the soloist. That alone makes a performance worth watching.