The Swingles are celebrating a renowned 55 years in the music industry with UK live dates.
They will perform at Cecil Sharp House in London on March 30.
It will be in support of their upcoming release "Folklore" which combines Folk and World genres.
The record is inspired by the current seven young singer's international travels with countries including Portugal, China and Philippines represented.
It was first born at last year's London's A Cappella Festival, which the group curates and featured the UK premiere of Ili-Ili Tulog Anay, an arrangement of a traditional Filipino lullaby.
Bass vocalist Edward Randell says: "That moment of connection set us off, excited to dig deeper into folk music traditions from around the world.
"We were looking for stories and melodies that that spoke to us, even across language barriers.”
The group have been performing for nearly half a century, releasing more than 50 recordings and achieving five Grammy awards.
Meanwhile their music has also been featured in hit TV shows including Glee and Sex and the City.
Their versatility has led to collaborations with artists as diverse as Labrinth, Jamie Cullum and the Modern Jazz Quartet.
They will be supported by special guests and collaborators Twelfth Day and folk trio EFFRA at the show.
Tickets are priced at £10 for ages under 26 and £25 for adults and you can get them from here .
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