November Recap

New Song Release Recap: November

Posted on December 3, 2020

With the holidays just around the corner, we made sure to include lots of new winter favorites this month! Take a look at what we added below, and as always you can see what songs are available here.

Last Christmas – Wham! 

We were so excited to add one of our favorites to the app, Last Christmas by Wham!

This synthy ’84 classic by the English pop duo featured Andrew Ridgeley and George Michael, who wrote and produced the track.

Jingle Bell Rock – Bobby Helms

This classic holiday song was first released in 1957 by Bobby Helms, and has been covered countless times since.

Frosty The Snowman 

Frosty the Snowman is another popular Christmas hit from the ‘50s. The song inspired the animated film of the same name that was released in 1969. The song is also available in Spanish for singing!

Winter Wonderland

This song is one of the oldest holiday classics. It was written in 1934, and has been covered by countless artists since the original recording by Richard Himber, from Tony Bennet and Lady Gaga’s duet to Michael Bublé’s version of the classic.

7 Years – Lukas Graham

We’re in love with this song’s delicate piano riff, soulful vocals, forward-driving backbeat, and crescendoing synth strings.

American Idiot – Green Day

Who’s ready to get rowdy? This high-tempo headbanger by Green Day is full of sheer voltage with its riff-ripping guitars and fiery vocals. It served as inspiration for the musical that premiered in 2009.

Layla (MTV Unplugged version) – Eric Clapton

Not all love triangles end in disaster! Thanks to Eric Clapton’s crush on his buddy George Harrison’s wife, we got this bluesy doozy of a love song. This version is based on Clapton’s acoustic performance on MTV Unplugged in 1992.

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