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Get into the festive spirit with Blossoms’ take on ‘Wonderful Christmastime’

Stockport’s finest have taken on the Paul McCartney classic in the midst of their UK headline tour
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Published: 3:23 pm, December 07, 2018
Get into the festive spirit with Blossoms’ take on ‘Wonderful Christmastime’

Ho Ho WOAH - Blossoms have laid out some festive cheer with their own version of ‘Wonderful Christmastime’

The festive classic first brought into the world by rising singer-songwriter Paul McCartney (who may have done a few things before and since then) is covered in all sorts of Xmas tones, as Blossoms welcome in the most wonderful time of the year in their own unmistakable way.

After a busy 2018 which saw them drop their second album ‘Cool Like You’, the band are wrapping things up with their biggest UK headline tour to date at the moment - including a big ‘ol night at London’s Brixton Academy on December 13th after nights in Birmingham, Southampton, Bristol and two sold out moments at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse. Not bad.

They’ll headline a huge homecoming show at Stockport’s Edgeley Park on June 22nd next year, along with already confirmed festival spots at Community and Reading & Leeds. 

But let’s not think about that, it’s Christmas - so check out ‘Wonderful Christmastime’ below

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