Published Dec 17, 2014No two snowflakes are exactly the same, they say, so UK publication The Line of Best Fit has collected another batch of Canadian-made Christmas songs for the latest instalment of its annual Ho! Ho! Ho! Canada series.
This year the yuletide cheer is spread by the likes of ex-Snailhouse guy Michael Feuerstack, who slides into a lightly strummed narrative about shoveling drives on "Blue Light II," or Charlotte Cornfield, whose "Last Winter" delivers a rootsy indie jangle condemning the conditions of the previous snowy season, striving to keep warm with friends this time around. The Acorn's "Sleepwalker" is a woozy late-night wanderer, with a beautiful duet, detuned strums and cricket chirps pushing it forward through the night.
Elsewhere throughout the 21-song set, which contains several exclusive tracks, you'll find material from Tony Dekker and the Burning Hell, Jim Bryson, Felicity Williams, Kashka, Kim Gray and more. You'll find a stream of the seasonal treat down below. You can also download all the tracks over here on SoundCloud.