“Falling Short” from OneVoice’s latest album “Higher Love” was selected for the prestigious compilation album SING 13:SUPERSTITION. The song was selected alongside 22 others from a field of over 1200 tracks from high school, college, and professional groups from around the globe.
Austin McElveen and Sydney Sparks are the soloists on “Falling Short”, which was produced by J.D. Frizzell, Dave Sperandio, and Robert Dietz. It was edited by Plaid Productions and Ed Boyer and arranged by Robert Dietz.
OneVoice is the only group in the world chosen for sing for the past 3 years in a row.
sing was created to showcase a slice of the best of contemporary a cappella to both the existing vocal music establishment and the a cappella virgin masses. The purpose of the compilation is to give talented groups and individuals an opportunity to be heard on a worldwide stage by placing their music alongside some of the biggest names in the a cappella universe. As the compilation has grown, the series has begun to thrive on choosing groups and tracks that stretch the limits of the genre, including groundbreaking original music from some of the hottest new stars. In listening to any sing album, our hope is that each listener will appreciate the growing creativity of the a cappella art form and will be challenged and even inspired to bring this ingenuity into their own local spheres of vocal performance.
Now an eagerly anticipated annual phenomenon, the sing series boasts multiple installments, each album filled with innovative, exceptional tracks that display the versatile power of the human voice.