Pentatonix channel the kooky spirit of Tim Burton in their rendition of "Making Christmas"

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Pentatonix channel the kooky spirit of Tim Burton in their rendition of "Making Christmas"

The a cappella super group brings a new twist to this creepy classic.

One would never expect a squeaky clean group like Pentatonix to cover a Halloween classic but they're definitely full of surprises.

The a cappella group, which formed in 2011 during NBC's "The Sing Off" reality show challenge, has been delighting audiences with their renditions of pop songs and their collaborations with artists like Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Miley Cyrus, the Backstreet Boys, Jason Derulo, Reba McEntire, Jennifer Nettles, The John Williams Orchestra, Lindsey Stirling, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and, most notably, Dolly Parton, whose “Jolene" collaboration earned Pentatonix and Dolly a Grammy for Best Country Duo/Group Performance in 2017.

The cornerstone of their work are their Christmas songs, which has become standards every holiday season. One of their more unusual performances brings a rendition of "Making Christmas" to life. This song, written by Danny Elfman, is one of the biggest songs in the film "The Nightmare Before Christmas." The song is about the monstrous denizens of Halloweentown getting ready to hijack Christmas. It's a fun, freaky song, and Pentatonix brings them to life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Th_j7RUu2vM

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