Cimorelli, the Super Girl Group from California, released their latest EP on Amazon and iTunes today...
Designed as an early Christmas present to their fans, 'Believe It' can also be construed as an early indication of great things to come for Cimorelli in the New Year.
With three originals, 'Believe It' is a snapshot look into the future for the cover-tune singing sisterhood as they carefully progress from YouTube sensations into bonafide Pop Stars.
With its soaring vocals, the title track kicks off the proceedings in fine style. These girls can harmonize like the best in the business and the production is wonderful on this infectious dance track.
Just check out the fabulous video for yourself below...
An acoustic version of 'Wings', a song previously heard on their YouTube channel as a piano sing-a-long, lays down its inspirational message this time amidst gorgeous instrumentals.
The family knows their fan base well, and this song is perfectly targeted towards the CimFam.
Showcasing the humor and charm that seems to come so naturally to these girls, 'You Got Me Good' is an A+ romp of fun with its jangly guitars and clever lyrics.
A wholesome yet surprisingly funky version of 'Santa Claus Is Comin To Town' rounds out the EP all too soon by giving each sister a chance to shine on vocals while covering the timeless Christmas classic.
Click Here to buy the Cimorelli Believe It EP on iTunes NOW!
This latest collection of four tunes is just enough to keep their diehard fans happy this holiday season, yet it's still quite a teaser for those who are waiting for a full album to be released in 2013.
Until then, go to You Tube and sign up for the new Cimorelli VEVO Channel.
I hope Universal Music is printing the posters, stocking up on the buttons and the pins, and stamping out the lunch boxes. This talented family is going to be huge.
Let the Cimorelli hype begin!
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