- Overtones (disambiguation)
Overtones may refer to:
- Overtone, a frequency higher than the fundamental frequency of a sound
- Overtones (album), an album by Just Jack
- The Overtones, a British doo-wop band
- California Golden Overtones, a collegiate a capella group
- Rustic Overtones, a rock/jazz/funk band from Maine, United States
- "Strange Overtones", a song by David Byrne and Brian Eno
- Overtone (musical group), an a capella group from South Africa
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