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What Has Sorelle Been Up to Since The Voice Season 23?

The trio were one of the standout Artists of Season 23, and they've been busy since their tenure.

By Jessica White

Season 23 of The Voice boasted a talented lineup of Artists, but the sibling trio Sorelle was a tour-de-force of talent that fans will never forget. 

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The Sorelle sisters charmed the Voice Coaches from the moment their angelic harmonies took the stage. Instantly beloved for their pitch-perfect synchronization and charismatic stage presence, Sorelle — the Italian word for "sisters" — was comprised of the Ohioan-based Heichel sisters Madi, 23, Ana, 21, and Bella, 16.

Coaches Chance the Rapper and Blake Shelton initially duked it out for the honor of having Sorelle on their team, but Chance's eye for choral arrangement won over the trio. Sorelle were then frontrunners from through the Live Shows, where they ultimately won fourth place after stealing the hearts of every Voice fan with their insane sonic fusion. 

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Sorelle was making career moves long before their smash tenure on The Voice, so it's no wonder they've been booked and busy since their Season 23 appearance. Let's check in on the sisters and see what they've been up since Season 23 wrapped.

Sorelle Performs Lady Gaga's "Million Reasons" | The Voice Live Finale | NBC

Where Is Sorelle from The Voice Now? 

Sorelle has been having a blast delivering captivating performances to their 3.2M TikTok followers and performing sets for their viral YouTube channel, covering several cherished pop, rock, and country classics. Sorelle has also penned several infectious original tracks, such as their October 2023 single, "Witchy," which befittingly dropped on Friday the 13th alongside some spooky merchandise.

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Sorelle has also made several live appearances as they continue to perform for local radio stations and various festivals.

In August 2023, Sorelle performed the National Anthem and were the Grand Marshals for the 2023 Mid-Ohio's Honda Indy 200, sharing the experience on their Instagram.

(Note that, on Spotify, they use the name Sorellé.)

Sorelle Sings Covers in Their "Studio Sessions" Series

In addition their avid TikTok following, Sorelle also has a viral YouTube channel in which they share vlogs about their daily lives and perform their beloved Sorelle Studio Sessions YouTube series.

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Much like their sets on The Voice, Sorelle delivers their unique sisterly spin on beloved tunes, such as Olivia Rodrigo's "Vampire," "Cruel Summer" by Taylor Swift, and "Meltdown" by Niall Horan. Selecting a delightful combination of new Top 40 hits and beloved classics, Sorelle continues to amaze with their divine ear for arrangement and mesmerizing harmonies.

Sorelle performing on The Voice.

Has Sorelle released original music?

Sorelle had already released several original tracks before stealing the show on The Voice. Besides their spell-binding new single "Witchy," Sorelle has numerous singles available to stream on Spotify, such as their pop-rock breakup bop "Mr. UnreLIEable" and the 2021 debut "Ghost." 

In 2021 the trio had also dropped "Summer Break," "Early 2000s," and "Just Like My Ex."

They seem to have a knack for a breakup ballad: In 2022, they  graced fans with the saucy singles, "Sorry Heart," "Varsity Heartbreaker," and "Lovey Dovey" as the perfect foils to the energizing "Mr. UnreLIEable."

"Not a day goes by where I’m not creating a melody in my head or thinking of new creative lyrics," Madi revealed on Sorelle's website. "At first Sorelle's sound was hard to characterize. Our 'pop' sound appeals to more than just the teen crowd, as many generations enjoy our modernized harmonies that are reflective of sister vocal groups in the 1940s like the Andrew Sisters. My hope is that our music will be a source of comfort and peace as well as connection between family and friends."

Sorelle has been churning out powerhouse performances since their Season 23 debut, and we can't wait to see what they do next.