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Fix Fix Fix The Sleigh is an original song. It’s felt like Christmas for a few months already here at WithFeeling. We were lucky to work again with our clients in the UK BARRETT.TV on another exciting project for our friends at Festive Studio. Check out the trailer here.

‘Fix the Sleigh’ is a brand new personalised experience that is available to be purchased through the Festive Studio website. Enter a few details, and the video will include your name (spoken by Santa), location, age and more!

Our role was to write this catchy Original Christmas song, compose other tracks for the 7-minute long film, create sound design, foley, and record the wonderful Guy Harris – Voiceoverguy – Guy Harris, AKA Santa.

Well done to the Jake Barrett team who made this wonderful film, we hope there are a lot more collaborations to come over the coming years. 

#originalmusic#sonicbranding#sounddesign#experience#brand#video#videoproduction#christmas2022

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No matter how you feel about them, Christmas songs are a thing, and as the 25th approaches, they become more and more inescapable.

Despite many disposable novelty rubbish written over the years, most Christmas songs are bangers. The Christmas record as an art form had its heyday in the 1940s and 1970s. The later generations of pop have produced even more cynical music.

As for Christmas songs, both ‘Fairytale of New York’ and ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’ are great… and they’ll be played a lot.

Nevertheless, festive cheer has found its way into pop, hip-hop, R&B, metal, punk, indie… you name it. Our gift to you is 65 Christmas songs that are so catchy, you might want to listen to them all year long. In August, however, you might have a hard time finding nog.

‘Last Christmas’ by Wham!

Sleighbells and synths punctuate ‘Last Christmas,’ a ballad of doomed romance with some memorable knitwear. It is George Michael’s heart-on-sleeve delivery that truly makes ‘Last Christmas’ special. His wistful, sexy whispers and genuine heartbreak horror are what make the song so memorable. ‘Merry Christmas’ never sounded so sensual.