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UTubers: Utah-based vocal group films first music video in downtown Provo

"Spark" band members gather for a selfie.
"Spark" band members gather for a selfie.
YouTube screen shot

Great faith can come from something small, like a tiny spark can turn into a blazing fire.

New Utah-based inspirational vocal group "Spark" hopes to start a fire in the hearts of listeners with its music.

The group released its first video to YouTube on Nov. 23. The song in the video is titled "Start a Fire."

The video starts with band members walking by band member Kailey Robbins, who is shown sitting by herself until Nick Sales stops and invites her to join the group. The rest of the video shows the group going throughout downtown Provo talking, laughing and lighting sparklers.

The band is made up of talented singers from across the Wasatch Front who have enjoyed success performing across the state and online, according to the group's website. Read biographies of each member of the band here.

Spark's directors include Sherri Whitehead, Camille Tullis and McKay Crockett, who is a performance coach and the director of Brigham Young University's Vocal Point.

The band made its Facebook debut in October.

INTRODUCING SPARK! We are a fresh vocal act with members from across the Wasatch Front. Through our music, we are...

Posted by Spark Singers on Thursday, October 20, 2016

The band is scheduled to perform a Christmas concert Dec. 22 at Covey Performing Arts Center in Provo.

"Spark is creating a movement for all ages to rise up in faith and be a light to the world," according to the group's website.

Watch the video on YouTube here.