The King's Men release a new recording

After Hours CD cover

The King's Men (the men's voices from King's College Choir) release a new album of close harmony arrangements on Monday 2 June.

Produced in-house at King’s, the album features previously unrecorded pop and jazz arrangements written for the group by current and former choral scholars. The songs range from classics such as ‘Swing Low, Sweet Chariot’ and ‘Old Man River’ to more recent hits such as Carly-Rae Jepson’s ‘Call Me Maybe’.

The group was helped by new Assistant Director of Music and former 'Swingle Singer' Ben Parry, who coached them in the art of close harmony singing.

The album is available for pre-order on iTunes and is available from The Shop at King's.

The King's Men, previously known as Collegium Regale, has won acclaim both for its recordings and tours. See The King's Men website.

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27 May 2014