On the heels of their critically-acclaimed album Ricochet, the reinvigorated Richmond Octaves give us their new single, "Wrecking Ball." Though the smash hit was made popular by Miley Cyrus, the 'Taves offer up a creative take on this simmering mid-tempo torch ballad. Al Califano's soaring solo is interlaced with a stunning, intricate arrangement by Jared Feinman and Tom Anderson, as the men of the Octaves weave a vulnerable yet anthemic story of lost love. "Wrecking Ball" was recorded by Danny Ozment and edited by Plaid Productions, Ed Boyer, and Joseph Bates. It's all topped off with mixing and mastering by the inimitable Dave Sperandio. And while the 'Taves are sure to please with their powerhouse reimagining of this Miley blockbuster, they promise no reimaginings of the infamous music video. For more information on the Richmond Octaves, please visit richmondoctaves.com, or "like" them on Facebook.