Pentatonix takes celloboxing to new level in moving cover of Robyn's 'Dancing On My Own'

Pentatonix is in the corner, belting Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own.”

The band on Monday released its latest stellar cover video, showing the foursome performing Robyn’s 2010 smash hit (and Hannah Horvath’s anthem on Girls) “Dancing On My Own.” With Kevin Olusola busting out his signature celloboxing skills (beatboxing while playing the cello), Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, and Kirstin Maldonado hit the high notes with the level of perfection The Sing-Off viewers grew to expect when the group won NBC’s singing competition in 2011.

“We just wanted to take a minute to thank you all for your ongoing love and support. It means the world to all of us!” wrote Pentatonix, whose fifth member, Avi Kaplan, announced he’s “taking a step back” from the group in May. “‘Dancing On My Own’ is one of our favorite songs (by Robyn who is one of our favorite artists) and we’re so very proud to share it with you. We hope you love it as much as we do and we’re excited to share new music (and more) with you very, very soon. We love you!”

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Seven years after it hit dancefloors, Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own” remains a popular cover choice. In July, Lea Michele and Ashley Tisdale put their own spin on the pop masterpiece for Tisdale’s popular “Music Sessions” YouTube series. To date, the duo’s clip has 1.3 million views. Approaching 650K views as of publication of this story, Pentatonix is well on their way to topping that.

Watch the cover for yourself in the video above.