he Backbeats have barely taken off and already they’ve set the world on fire. When they first stepped before the camera on Season 2 of “The Sing-Off,” opened their mouths and unleashed their jubilant harmonies, that was not only their network debut – it was the first time these gifted young men and women had ever sung together in public, anywhere. And by the time they’d seized third place at season’s end, they had ignited a blaze whose light had drawn thousands of fans not only to their unique sound but also to the contemporary a cappella phenomenon as a whole. No one in the Backbeats had any idea where their path would lead when they resolved to compete in the popular NBC series. But once it was over, they knew that they were riding a wave that would take them places none had imagined reaching before. That wave crests with the release of their self-titled, first album on the aptly named Arrival Records/Madison Gate imprint. Drawn together by their televised adventure, knowing that something bigger than their considerable individual gifts was leading them now, they hit the studio with a unified vision and a determination to spread the joy they draw from music to listeners everywhere. Listen to the shimmering textures, gentle at first and blossoming into the choruses of Katy Perry’s “Firework.” The gentle ecstasies of the lead and backing vocals on their version of Adele’s “Turning Tables.” The full-bodied treatment of “Need You Now” takes on new...

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