Pentatonix Plays 'How Well Do You Know Your Bandmate?'

Find out which member was caught singing "Driver's License" loud enough for their neighbor to hear.

los angeles, california june 14 in this image released on july 02 matt sallee, kirstin maldonado, scott hoying, mitch grassi and kevin olusola of three time grammy award winning and multi platinum selling artists pentatonix performs from los angeles for a capitol fourth which airs on sunday, july 4th on pbs photo by rich furygetty images for capital concerts
(Image credit: Rich Fury)

While it’s clear that the Grammy-winning a cappella quintet Pentatonix harmonizes flawlessly, you might be wondering how well the band's members, Scott Hoying, Matt Sallee, Kevin Olusola, Mitch Grassi, and Kirstin Maldonado, know each other after all these years of performing together.

The five members of the group sat down with Marie Claire to play our favorite trivia game, “How Well Do You Know Your Bandmate,” and it was no surprise that the group was generally spot-on with their answers about each other's most streamed musicians, favorite songs, and run-ins with fellow famous people. We even learned that Grassi listens to a lot of analog techno music, though his fellow bandmates were perplexed about the genre.

“What I like about us is that we listen to all types of different music, so I don’t blame you for not knowing it. Because I feel like we’re all listening to much music all the time, I think that’s kind of one of our keys to success,” Grassi said.

Watch the video to find out who accidentally offended someone while traveling in China, which bandmate is a full-fledged Phil Collins stan, and who enjoys belting out Olivia Rodrigo’s “Driver’s License” loud enough for the entire neighborhood to hear. Which, same.

You can listen to Pentatonix's latest album, The Lucky Ones, on Spotify and Apple Music now.



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Zoe Guy

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