Stanford Fleet Street Singers
Safety School (Harvard Diss Track)
How Deep Is Your Love
Fleet Street is an all-original comedy a cappella group from Stanford, California. Founded in 1981, the all-male group had its start singing Stanford fight songs and barbershop songs, the style which gave them their name.
More recently, they have focused on their all-original songs and comedy.
Fleet Street has a number of recording and national a cappella awards under their belts. One of those awards earned the group a spot on NBC’s “Today Show” and a performance in Lincoln Center. In 1996, world champion figure skater Rudy Galindo skated to Fleet Street's recording of Ave Maria—and he commissioned his own single from the group the very next year.
In 2004, Fleet Street produced the first all-original college a cappella album—and promptly named it after themselves (Fleet Street). It was eponymous. Deke Sharon, considered the father of contemporary a cappella, called it “the most important collegiate a cappella album to be released in a decade.”
But trophies shmophies—what does HE know? We’ll let you be the judge of that! Hear us stay current with Greatest Hits Of The 1600s, or catch us grappling with our masculinity in Metrosexual. On our latest album, we sing about our favorite memories (All-Nighter) and we open up about our deepest loves (Mirror, Mirror). Have a listen!