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Our Festive Playlist


"Never Be Another You"

Not to get too sentimental or anything, but we rate this song for its send-to-your-crush-at-Christmas factor. Remind them that Lee Fields & The Expressions agree there will “Never Be Another You”.

"More Than A Woman"

Legitimately impossible not to groove like your gran to this song. It’s the SG Lewis remix of "More Than A Woman" by The Bee Gees for us today.


Catch us grooving this week to "Nightrider" by Tom Misch. Smooth beats for a laid back affair. Perfect for a post-dinner pyjama party.


Whenever Destiny by Zero 7 comes on, it’s hard not to feel like it’s soundtracking a film montage of you floating underwater. Can’t explain it. Not mad about it. You’ve just got to listen for yourself.

"Here You Come Again"

A slightly more wistful number entering our soundtrack this week with Dolly Parton’s ‘Here You Come Again’. Surely DP would be partial to a monogrammed pyjama set.

"Crazy in Love"

Don’t mind us, we’ll just be here imagining Beyoncé’s throwback classic Crazy In Love plays every time someone opens a D&D gift box. Iconic.

"We Are Family"

There’s a fine line between naff and nostalgia. I think we all know where We Are Family by Sister Sledge sits.
Pull on your pjs and boogie with your fam, people.


A song that epitomises friendship? Spice Girls, Wannabe. It’s a no brainer. Hop on FaceTime, crack open the bubbles (a legitimate daytime drink)
and discover that muscle memory is a real thing when you’re doing a 90s pop dance.
Pull on your pjs and boogie with your fam, people.

"Just Like Christmas"

We’ve held out until now. But a Christmas tune is necessary. Throwing it back to 2004 with Low’s Just Like Christmas (and yes it’s from The O.C. Chrismukkah soundtrack). Guaranteed nostalgia.

"I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus"

Live vocals from Amy Winehouse, could there be a smoother cover of this 1952 Christmas classic? It’s I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus Live at Union Chapel.

"Carol of the Bells"

Time for an absolute Christmas choral classic. Carol of the Bells. Turn her up.