It’s finally December, which means one very important thing: you can eat that first chocolate in your Advent Calendar. It also means you can watch this video for Christmas Dances from The 12 Hits of Christmas. It’s a pop-dance classic in the making as electro beats and slap bass whip up a groove to get your feet moving in all the Christmas dances we know. It has to be said we made most of them up, but we’re confident you’ll be able to invent some new moves for would-be classics like The Leftovers, the Turkey and Pull The Cracker. All you have to do is click here and off you go!
A happy customer left this positive review on Apple Music:
“I recently bought TimReadman and Andy Cooke’s album ‘The 12 Hits of Christmas’. It was delightful to hear new, original Christmas songs which may well join the established Christmas canon. The songs span a number of musical genres like the English folk inflected ‘Festive Prelude/The Light Will Return’ and ‘Santa’s Sleigh Shanty’ – the latter being one of the stand out tunes on the album in my opinion. There’s also 80s inspired indie pop, rock and even some disco and soul tracks such as ‘Christmas Soul’. The catchy 80s inspired ‘In Time of Winter’ follows and then there’s hilarious electro-pop on ‘Rudolph Robot’. The dance floor inviting ‘Christmas Dances’ is a soul-meets-funky-disco workout. ‘Christmas Without You’ addresses the sad nostalgic mood that comes with missing a lover. The album finishes up with ‘One More Circle’ reflecting on life’s journey at the end of another year; another trip around the sun. Overall there’s something here for everyone, to invoke the spiritof Xmas past present and future, with lyrics that speak to the preciousness of life, friendship and nature. There’s also plenty of fun. Highly recommended as part your your Xmas playlist.”