Ho Ho Holy Crap It’s Almost Christmas…

24 Dec

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Goodness, 2013 has flown by and here we are, what feels like just moments after the summer ended, on the cusp of Christmas and then the New Year. As is customary at this time of year, the festive songs are everywhere and for today Alphabet Bands will be no different.

If you’ve been reading Breaking More Waves these past two days, you’ll know that the big man himself has been in residence, effing and blinding and drinking all the whiskey. Due to contractual restrictions, Santa is unable to make an appearance here as well but that doesn’t matter as we managed to have a good rummage in his record box while his back was turned (chatting up one of the lady elves he was) and grabbed a few tunes for your enjoyment.

We’ll be back after Christmas with more of the best new music and probably some sort of look back over the year, talking about our 2013 and the like. For now though, enjoy the songs, both old and new (and especially the Christmas jumpers from the Air Marshall Landing guys) and have a wonderful few days with family and friends.


Us Baby Bear Bones – “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town”


Port Isla – “Snowfall”


Mahoney and the Moment – “Call Me Back (I’ll Wait Til Christmas)”


Air Marshall Landing – “A Holly Jolly Christmas”


Maps – “Merry Christmas (My Friend)”


Will Bloomfield – “Tower Breakers (Christmas)”


Strangers – “This Year (Christmas Song)”


George Ezra – “Let It Snow”


Heart of a Dog – “Railroad Man”


Lisa Redford – “I Believe In Father Christmas”



Merry Christmas everyone, see you on the other side when our belly will be bulging and our blood type will be Rum.

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