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“Home” is a deceptively complex topic; it means something different for each and every one of us. Perhaps this is why so many poets, songwriters, and artists have attempted to describe and define it. Due to recent events, what was originally conceived as an expression of the variety of these interpretations was distilled into a singular and powerful …READ MORE
Grab One Day More on iTunes, CDBaby and at your local Jewish music source! You can order a physical album directly from Sameach Music. We had a hard time naming our new album. How could we describe the sum total of our experiences in just a few words or a phrase? We considered Interstate 95, the East Coast’s …READ MORE
We’ve got a lot of exciting news we wanted to share with you. This past Chanukkah, we had the privilege of performing at Google’s NYC HQ. Google actually posted the video of our performance to YouTube as part of their Talks@Google series, which was really an honor…READ MORE
In the weeks and months following the explosion of “Candlelight“, we received a remarkable variety of correspondence from fans all around the world. But one young man’s email stood out. This young man explained that, of the three thousand students in his rural community’s public school, he was the only Jew. And until he saw our video, he …READ MORE
Is it still a cappella if we used cups and a table for percussion? Either way, we’re proud to present our latest pop-adaptation: we put the lyrics of “D’ror Yikra,” a traditional Shabbat-table song, to the tune of “Cups,” recently popularized by the movie Pitch Perfect. According to one interpretation, the opening line of the song, “D’ror Yikra,” …READ MORE
Every once in a while, somewhere between pop hits about dancing and love, a different kind of song hits the radio waves. A song that is more than just a catchy melody, a song that tries to make a statement, a song that is equal parts medium and message. “Brave,” originally by Sara Bareilles and Jack Antonoff (the …READ MORE