The viral a cappella quintet has previously released three albums and collected over 445 million YouTube views on various covers of pop hits.
Pentatonix has been signed to RCA Records, it was announced Tuesday.
The Sing-Off season-three champs and viral a cappella music group is known mostly for their creative covers of pop hits like Lorde's "Royals" and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Can't Hold Us," evolution-style arrangements and original songs.
"We are thrilled to have Pentatonix join RCA," said RCA president and COO Tom Corson. "Their musicality and special vocal abilities have enabled them to create innovative original songs as well as re-create some of today's biggest hits. Pentatonix is unique to our business and we look forward to working with them as we take their talents to new and exciting heights everywhere in the world."
"We're really excited to start this new chapter of our career with RCA," said the group -- consisting of Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirstin Maldonado, Avi Kaplan and Kevin Olusola -- in a statement. "We feel like we've found a home where we can truly develop our artistry with the best in the industry."
Following their Sing-Off win in 2011, the electro-infused quintet has released three albums via Madison Gate Records (PTX Volume 1, PTXmas and PTX Volume 2, selling over 500,000 copies combined) and collected over 445 million views and more than 5.6 million subscribers on YouTube.
The group wraps its sold-out European tour on May 18, following a sold-out North American tour.
- This story first appeared on THR.com