Building on the success of their first studio album, the Pitchforks deliver gutsy vocal performances across the board with their release, Bring it Back. Sweeping the annual Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards with Best Arrangement, Best Song, and Best Album, and garnering inclusions on the "Best of College A Cappella" and "Sing" compilations, the Pitchforks have set a new standard for the genre. The theatrical rendering of Tenacious D's "Tribute", their provocative original song "Nevermind", and many other great listens pave the way to an epic close with Muse's "Hysteria", which according to the Recorded A Cappella Review Board "didn't just raise the bar on collegiate a cappella, it obliterated the bar."
Bring It Back is an album by The Pitchforks & Duke Out of the Blue containing 1.09 hours of music.
Brought to you by A Cappella Records.
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