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May 28, 2020 12:39 a.m.

Scattertones’ bond to be essential to performance, despite being scattered apart

Scattertones is bringing a new performance style to the table for this year’s Spring Sing.
While the group usually performs pop songs with a featured soloist, this time its members opted for a collective ensemble-oriented piece, with the 17-member group performing Billie Eilish’s “when the party’s over.” Scattertones President Aram Krakirian, a fourth-year business economics student, said the group’s choice to switch up its signature style was based on a desire to experiment with the drastic emotional changes that unfold throughout the song.

By Yiqing Hu

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