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VIDEO: If Pentatonix’ Version Of “O Come All Ye Faithful” Can’t Get You In The Christmas Spirit, It Just Isn’t Going To Happen

VIDEO: If Pentatonix’ Version Of “O Come All Ye Faithful” Can’t Get You In The Christmas Spirit, It Just Isn’t Going To Happen
December 21
21:28 2016

We’re huge fans of these guys, mostly because this is not an era in pop music where raw talent and the pursuit of aesthetic quality is in particularly high regard, but for Pentatonix that can’t be said. They’re an a capella group and their stuff is exceedingly, frighteningly clean – and they’re the most prolific singing group we’ve ever seen.

And every year they seem to knock out killer covers of Christmas songs. The best of which this year is right here; it’s a slightly different but gorgeous and uplifting version of “O Come All Ye Faithful” that you could even dance to if you wanted.

There’s a lot of love in this. And there’s a lot to love.

This has been a generally awful year, though it seems to be ending on something of a hopeful note. Things like this, though, are around to remind us we still have many blessings to count.

Among them, the fact this is Christmas season once again. We wish you all the joy of the season, and all the best in the next year.

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MacAoidh

MacAoidh

MacAoidh is the Gaelic spelling of Hayride publisher Scott McKay's last name. It's pronounced "Mac-AYE." McKay has published The Hayride since December 2009.

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