A Bit of Festive Fun

20 Dec


We are gearing up for the festive period here at Alphabet Bands and what better way to do so than with a few holiday bangers from some of our favourite artists. So sit back, grab a mince pie, some dodgy knitwear and enjoy this mix of new songs and old songs made new.

Alice Jemima – “Driving Home For Christmas” (Chris Rea Cover)(Free Download)

Strangers – “This Year” (Free Download)

The Good Natured and Colette Carr – “Christmas Wrapping” (Waitresses Cover)

Port Isla – “Tower Breakers”

Gabriel Bruce – “Silent Night” (free download)

Daniel J Harvey of Olympians – “Hah, bumhug” (Free download)

Come back tomorrow for our last posts of the year which will include a very special new Christmas video from Lisa Redford.

3 Responses to “A Bit of Festive Fun”

  1. name not supplied December 29, 2012 at 21:01 #

    I like the childs music box Silent Night I think the most……..which then breaks out into some scary arse singing LOL…with police sirens?? if I was making a scary movie at Christmas I would use this.

  2. therealmikedennis January 2, 2013 at 16:00 #

    Nice to be reminded of some festive cheer! I like the Strangers track. Thought it was my cousin’s band (also called Strangers) at first who are an ace surf-rock band based in Brighton. I’ll be sending you my music soon – hope you enjoy! Mike Dennis

    • Adam H January 3, 2013 at 00:31 #

      Thanks Mike, glad you liked it.
      Keep an eye on these Strangers, we foresee big things for them in the not too distant future.

      We look forward to sitting down with your tunes as well (and your cousin’s if he so wishes).

      All the best,


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