Here are some songs we've compiled for you by the following artists: The Canon Logic, Jackson 5, Crocodiles & Dum Dum Girls, Julian Casablancas, Okkervil River, Lucky Soul, Low, Slow Club, The Walkmen and Lindstrøm. Hope you like it!
Canon Logic – Kiss Me on Christmas
Jackson 5 – Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
Crocodiles & Dum Dum Girls – Merry Christmas, Baby (Please Don’t Die)
Julian Casablancas – I Wish It Was Christmas Today
Okkervil River – Listening to Otis Redding at Home During Christmas
Lucky Soul – Lonely This Christmas
Low – Just Like Christmas
Slow Club – Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
The Walkmen – Xmas
Lindstrøm – Little Drummer Boy
And what is your favorite Xmas song? Let us know in the comments! Even if it’s Wham.
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