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Wuhan-based singing group's song goes viral

By Zhou Lihua and Zhang Li in Wuhan | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2020-06-29 20:24

A rendition of Daft Punk by a Wuhan-based cappella group went viral online recently.

The group called Luminors produced the song while scattered across the world. Established in 2014, choir is made up students and alumni from Wuhan University with a sheer multiplicity of academic backgrounds. Despite the long distance from each other, their love for music and their university brought them together.

"The memory of cherry blossoms in Wuhan university is unforgettable," said one of the singers, Zhang Qin, who is now pursuing a master's degree in Switzerland. "I hope the city and the university can be blessed after the outbreak."

Daft Punk is a song by a cappella group Pentatonix, which won Best Arrangement at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards.

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