Now, as a senior and the Clef’s music director, Euliss had a major part in the making of the Clef’s latest album, “Fixate.”
“On the last (album), I felt a little underrepresented. As a whole, I feel like the whole group felt like they didn’t have as much of a say,” Euliss said. “I wanted this album to be much more representative of the group as a whole.”
And Euliss achieved this goal — every member of the group, even if they don’t have a solo, is featured somehow in the album.
“Fixate” is being sold on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes and Amazon Music. Physical copies are available to purchase on The Clef Hangers’ website and on the General Alumni Association website.
The album was released April 8 in conjunction with the Clef’s spring concert, but it has been in the works since 2015 — when their previous album, “That Other Shore,” was released.
For the upperclassmen in the group, there are notable differences between “Fixate” and “That Other Shore,” like a different studio space and a heavier focus on a theme.
“A big focus for this year was to make more of a cohesive setlist,” senior Brian Vercauteren said. “We tried to fit to one theme, as opposed to an amalgamation of random-ass songs.”
But there are also similarities, like the stress of singing alone in the recording booth.