The English group will be kicking off the second leg of its first U.S. tour Sunday at Durham Performing Arts Center. The show features three-time undefeated U.K. beatbox champion and current world team champion Ball-Zee, in addition to theater and opera singers.
Ed Scott, the group's bass singer, has been with the group since the beginning. He describes the show as a mix between a musical and a band gig.
"We sing lots of songs that people will know," he said during a Skype interview Tuesday. "It's just a fun-filled hour and a half."
Expect a mix of current songs - Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" - and older songs like James Brown's "It's a Man's World."
"We want people to know the songs, but we also want it to reflect that this is a British show," Scott said, noting that songs from The Beatles and Amy Winehouse are on the set-list.
A mash-up of Gnarles Barkley's "Crazy" and Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" is also a big hit with audiences.
"My solo is 'Kiss' by Prince, which often raises a few eyebrows," Scott said.