Pentatonix Brings Christmas Spirit to 'O Come, All Ye Faithful' Music Video
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The PTX members are seen standing in front of a red theater curtain to perform the majority of the song before joining a choir in a church.

AceShowbiz - While their holiday album "A Pentatonix Christmas" bows at No. 2 on this week's Billboard 200 chart, a capella group %cPentatonix% has released a video for the album's opening track "O Come, All Ye Faithful". The visuals, which arrived on Tuesday, December 20, features the PTX members in five-way split screen action.

The clip starts out with some side-by-side images of the group as %cKevin Olusola% and %cAvi Kaplan% drop a sick beat. The remaining members, %cMitch Grassi%, %cKirstie Maldonado% and %cScott Hoying%, then appear in the clip as they sing their verse. Hoying sings, "O come ye, O come ye to Bethlehem/ Come and behold Him/ Born the King of Angels!" over some harmonizing background vocals.

Donning black-and-white costumes, all five members stand in front of a red theater curtain to perform the majority of the song. Towards the end of the clip, they are shown standing together in a church, where they're backed by a choir dressed in red robes.

"O Come, All Ye Faithful" isn't the first song off "A Pentatonix Christmas" to have received music video treatment. In late November, the group dropped the %cQueen%-inspired "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" music video, while last week, the Grammy Award-winning vocal group shared a Lego-themed visuals for their a capella rendition of Christmas classic "Up on the Housetop".

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