A pandemic is no reason for the voices of a Kamloops a cappella quartet to fall silent.
Slow No Tempo, made up of Alexander Bell, Ryan Noakes, Graham Specht and Simon Walter, has launched the Quarantet Project, a series of videos with members recording their parts from home.
So far, the group has covered Bruce Cockburn’s Lovers in a Dangerous Time and the a cappella staple Up On The Roof, made popular by The Drifters in the 1960s.
Slow No Tempo is the group behind a singing valentines initiative launched in the city two years ago. In February, the group raised $1,189 for the Kamloops Hospice Association, dropping in to serenade more than 40 lucky valentines all over Kamloops.