Watch Pentatonix's inclusive music video for cover of John Lennon's 'Imagine'

A cappella singing sensations Pentatonix have released a new music video for their cover of the John Lennon classic equality anthem, “Imagine.” Taking a cue from the song, the video promotes inclusivity and equality. In the video, each member holds up a card with words that describe them personally, but also words that they identify with in a broader sense. The words include  “LGBTQ+,” “Man,” “Jewish,” “American,” “Black,” “Christian,” “Latina” and “Woman.” At the end, each member holds up a card, together spelling “Human.” You can check out the video above.

As Billboard pointed out, Pentatonix’s cover of “Imagine” will be included on the singing group’s forthcoming album PTX Vol. IV-Classics. The album will also include Penatonix’s Grammy-winning collaboration with Dolly Parton on “Jolene.” PTX Vol. IV-Classics is set for release April 7. The effort will be Pentatonix’s fifth EP. The group's cover of “Imagine” hit #1 on the Trending 140 Billboard Chart and the video is currently #21 on YouTube’s trending list.