The music video was released on the same day as the EP released. It was released as the first single from the project in August 2015. Pentatonix covered the song "Cheerleader" on the deluxe version of their 2015 album Pentatonix. Their version of 'Jolene' featuring Dolly Parton peaked at number 18 on the Hot Country Songs Chart and won the Grammy Award for Best Country Performance By a Duo Or Group in 2016. Billy Joel and Hall & Oates hated making videos, so they chose a director with similar contempt for the medium. The recording was nominated for the Best Cover Song at the iHeart Radio Music Awards. The album is also the highest charting holiday album by a group since 1962. “Home” is the lead single of Pentatonix’s At Home – EP. The song "Cheerleader" reportedly had its origins in Jamaican singer OMI waking up humming the melody in 2008. Stream Pentatonix’s new EP and watch their “Home” video below. Pentatonix became the first act to top both the "Holiday Albums" and "Holiday Songs" charts simultaneously since the Holiday 100 launched as a multi-metric tabulation in December 2011. Pentatonix seems to feel that, too, and has released an official music video ahead of their “We Need a Little Christmas” album set to release on Nov. 13. Stream Pentatonix’s At Home EP: Watch the group’s “Home” visual: What’s your favorite song on the EP? List of songs with Songfacts entries for Pentatonix. 80s Video Director Jay DubinSong Writing. It is a medley of 13 songs that include “home” or “house In 2017, the group toured Japan and with a deluxe edition of 'A Pentatonix Christmas' featuring new songs released, they announced an American Christmas tour. Advertisement - story continues below The song? In 2012, Patrick …