A small unusual Christmas playlist

If you’re like me, you’re probably already tired of the constant stream of Christmas songs you’re hearing everywhere. That doesn’t mean I don’t like Christmas – in fact, it is one of my favourite holidays! But I like to keep it small instead of acting like the whole month of December is Christmas, and I’m not a huge fan of most Christmas music. However, that doesn’t mean I don’t listen to any of it! Most of my favourite artists have released some Christmas music at some point in their career, and I do enjoy listening to those. So here’s a small Christmas playlist with some of my favourite non-traditional Christmas songs.

Owl City – The Christmas Song

For years, I was a huge Owl City fangirl. I wouldn’t consider myself a fangirl anymore, but I still love Owl City’s music. He has released quite a couple of Christmas songs, but this one, that has never been officially released, has always been my favourite and can’t be missing from this list.

Relient K – I Celebrate The Day

Relient K was the first band I ever became a fan of over 10 years ago, and I still love them to this day. They have a whole Christmas album out called “Let It Snow Baby… Let it Reindeer”, which has covers of well-known Christmas songs and a couple of their own songs. Out of their own songs, I Celebrate The Day has got to be my favourite.

Paper Route – Christmas Day (We’re Not Alone)

Paper Route is one of my favourite bands, that I’ve also been listening to for quite a couple of years now. They released some Christmas EPs with both covers of traditional Christmas songs and originals, and this is one of their originals.

Coldplay – Christmas Lights

Okay, this one’s a little more famous because it’s Coldplay, but it’s still not one of your traditional Christmas songs. It’s one of the very few Christmas songs that does get played on the radio that I don’t get sick of. And I just love Coldplay in general. So of course I had to include this one too.

The Boy Least Likely To – A Happy Christmas Baby

The Boy Least Likely To makes the cutest happiest music you’ve ever heard, and they’ve made an entire Christmas album full of songs like that. In this one they sing about having the best Christmas they’ve ever had and still believing in Santa Claus, even if no one else does.

Merry Christmas to all of you! And I want to wish you all a very happy new year as well – this is my last post of the year, but I’ll be back in 2019. See you all then!

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