Just Released Pentatonix Cover Of "The Sound of Silence" Is Hauntingly Good

The acoustic musical group Pentatonix, which performs all the sounds only with the help of lips and their talents, has published an extraordinary video on the internet. This time, they sang the world famous bestseller "The Sound of Silence", performed by Simon and Garfunkel.

The music group sang the song from 1965 in their own style, and with their cover they impressed many of their fans.



In the year 1965, the song "The Sound of Silence" became the most listened song for two weeks, and today many of us know this song as a great world hit.

The members of the Pentatonix group, Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kevin Olusola, Matt Sallee and Kirsten Maldonado, sang that song with a slightly different tone as it sounds like in the original, and with their cover they captured many music lovers across the globe.

Listen to how the Pentatonix group has performed "The Sound of Silence" song, where you will have without any doubt a lot of reasons to enjoy!


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Robert Taylor
4 months ago
Undeniably talented individually and collectively, but the wardrobe and histrionic emoting detract from the total for me. It dates the video with very specific vocal style and fashion choices every bit as much as any aerobics video from the 70s.
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Carlos Cardo
4 months ago
Every group or soloist adds their own twist or version. I did not find this chaotic at all. It is amazing that all the music and sounds are done without an instrument. All music, sounds and percussive were done with just their bodies. Keeping that in mind excellent job and I do like this version. Songs about doom can be sung with hope, songs about hope can be sung with impending doom. This is their version, it came across to me as a song with a warning and hope for us to do better. This group is tight!
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Ben Burks
4 months ago
Powerful
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Chase Burton
4 months ago
I was a little saddened that they made the song so chaotic. The beauty of this song is that it builds on itself through the verses to the climax of the song. Disturbed honored the song by delving into the meaning of the song. " 'Fool', said I, 'you do not know. Silence like a cancer grows.' " It is a song about the fall of humanity or, depending on interpretation, America's consumerist mentality. Conversations lack meaning as they are filled with fluff, and there is little depth to them. Pentatonix fills their song with fluff of noise. I don't think there is nearly as much thought put into this song as they have put into other songs.
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Eric Rafton
4 months ago
I really enjoy Pentatonix's music but.....they're beginning to do Mariah Carey in that they are divaing with their voices. This could have been so much more, with so much less.
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James Boyd
4 months ago
Would have been an original composition if Disturbed hadn't recently covered it a year ago and even more hauntingly. But it's still good.
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Dottie Ratliff
4 months ago
Love Pentatonix and love the songThe Sound of Silence"! They performed it beautifully!
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Tricia Gabor
4 months ago
I am amazed at the raw talent Pentatonix has to offer. I have yet to hear a performance that doesn't cause chills to run up my spine. I Love how you do what you do!
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Penny Collins-Johnson
4 months ago
Stellar!!!!
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Mary Taraskiewicz
4 months ago
I would love to hear what Simon and Garfunkel would have to say after hearing this.... Um Go Us.... how very awesome.
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Robert Lablaw
4 months ago
WOW! Love the vocals. Looks like Kirstin went all out Jersey Shore Snookie since the last time I saw here. Swear to God I didn't even recognize her (last vid I watched of her was the Disney medley (Voctave) ). Thought they had replaced her. Kind of sad to see, I LOVED that smirk she'll never get back with those lips and makeup. Hope 10 years from now that's the look you were looking for, but WOW! I'll always remember you as you.
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Diane Kerr
4 months ago
This is my favorite song of all time and this version is the only one that I like other than the original Good job Patronix.
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Joyce Bilodeau
4 months ago
my hubbys favorite song.......I love it also I do prefer it by Disturbed but this is very nice also....
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Vicki Brown
4 months ago
Pentatonix has 5 members.
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Kristen Howard
4 months ago
Everyone is concerned how this compares to Disturbed, however this is a Simon and Garfunkle song first, 1964. Then Paul Simon in 1965. I personally love all versions of this song and Pentatonix did an awesome job!
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Gary Tapp
4 months ago
The problem is they will get compared to the "Distured" version of the song which will not be a good comparison for them.
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Jonathan Florin
4 months ago
The Disturbed version with Myles Kennedy of Alter Bridge is even better. https://youtu.be/H3By4DZyTNM
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Terri Sutro
4 months ago
I thought this was a wonderful version of Sounds of Silence. But as moving as it was, I have to agree with others. When I first heard Disturbed's version, I couldn't move - it was dark and angry and haunting and incredible powerful. I feel this everytime I hear it. I am glad Pentatonix did this, however. It is a song that stands the test of time and continues to have relevance.
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Beverly Elgin
4 months ago
Is this Chris Dvergsten of Italian Moon basketball fame in Grand Forks, North Dakota that we hvae lost touch of?
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Tina Trudell
4 months ago
I agree with Chris Dvergsten, Disturbed did a cover of this way before Pentatonix. I think it is ok, but the song is dark in meaning and I think Disturbed did it better!
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Chris Dvergsten
4 months ago
This article acts like Disturbed doesn't exist.
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Barbara Rogelstad
4 months ago
Breathtaking! You are all incredible musicians/vocalists/joymakers!
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Ronni Krater
4 months ago
Outstanding
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