Welcome back to the sixteenth day of 25 Days of Christmas. Here on ai love music, let’s celebrate this warm holiday season by transforming the Daily Feature into 25 Days of Christmas. Each day, we will feature a holiday song from any artist from any genre. Today’s holiday song is “Christmas Everyday (No More Sad Songs)” by Irish Indie Pop artist Sarah McGuinness.
“Christmas Everyday (No More Sad Songs)” features the iconic Christmas festive sound that makes anyone’s holidays brighter. It features an upbeat, addictive melody that is highlighted by Sarah’s big, melodic vocals. Sarah’s distinctive vocals will have listeners forget about their troubles for the holiday season and fill it with the festive happiness that defines the Christmas spirit. The Irish artist’s Christmas tune is inspired by the likes of Slade, John Lennon & Yoko, Boney M, and Wizard in the music but also the video. But don’t forget to also watch the video for the homage but also the festive fun that makes this video so magical!
Sarah McGuinness.hopes that listeners can let go and just embrace the Christmas cheer with her single “Christmas Everyday (No More Sad Songs)”. It is a jolly tune that features addictive melodies and a merry atmosphere. This infectious pop tune will have listeners sing and smile along this holiday season!
Make sure to check out Sarah McGuinness’s Christmas single down below. Let me know what you think in the comments!
About the Artist: Sarah McGuinness
Sarah McGuinness is one of the best-kept secrets in the music business. The artist began her musical career in Derry, Northern Ireland, where she grew up singing harmonies with her mother and sisters on long Sunday drives around County Donegal; apart from at Christmas when she sang carols with a young Peter Cunnah (D:ream). Moved by the harmonies of Motown as much as the choral classics, she was composing songs at 11 inspired by Bowie, Bolan, Velvets, and Iggy while also admiring the aesthetics of The Avengers and The Prisoner and the cinematic scores of Barry, Hermann, and Schifrin.
Moving back to London at 18, McGuinness studied English and drama, worked with Grammy award winner Ben Bartlett (of Walking With Dinosaurs fame), formed a band, and began writing incidental music. Over 20 years and numerous writing, directorial, and design credits later, you can still hear traces of her classical sensibilities in the detailed and multi-layered vocal compositions. But, what McGuinness has is a penchant for the big orchestral atmospheric sweep of a Bond theme. Imagine a clash between the Eurythmics and Portishead in their pomp, set to a Barry score and you have some idea of the scope of Too Many Fires.
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