The world's favorite a cappella group is getting ready to own the holiday season once again. Pentatonix dropped their new album A Pentatonix Christmas today, bringing 11 new arrangements of classic seasonal songs led by a poignant cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah." 

Watch above the quintet stroll in a desolate desert, belting out what's likely one of their most moving performances to date. Notably, nearly every member gets a solo in the track as even bassist Avi Kaplan—who talked to Fuse last year about preparing to sing more—delivers a striking verse and showcases lovely tenor notes. Watch the visual above.

A Pentatonix Christmas features versions of "White Christmas," "God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman," and other tunes you'll be blasting in the coming months. You can stream the album via Spotify below:

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