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Exclusive Stream: Get into the Holiday Spirit with Sub-Radio’s New EP ‘Holiday Hangover’

Need a little extra cheer to get you in the holiday spirit? Pop rock kids Sub-Radio have got you covered—literally, with their new EP Holiday Hangover. Featuring downright awesome Christmas covers of Ariana Grande AND Fall Out Boy plus an all-new original song from the DC band, Holiday Hangover really has something for everyone. This is the best present we could give you, so happy early holidays fam: You can hear the whole EP below a day early! Vocalist Adam Bradley says of the new release:

“Holiday Hangover is the Sub-Radio version of the holiday season: a little introspection, a little more synth than sleigh bells, and a reminder that things can be fun and pure even in 2017. The inspiration for “Holiday Hangover” [the song] was that feeling we’ve all had of waking up on New Year’s Day, maybe a little worse for wear, and realizing that just because it’s a new year doesn’t mean anything’s changed — about the world or ourselves. But of course we can’t do a holiday album without having a little fun, so we had to cover the New Queen of Christmas Our Lord and Savior Ariana Grande, with our own twist. We’re less sexy and more goofy than her. The Fall Out Boy song…look, we’ve just been dreaming of releasing a Fall Out Boy song since we were all 12.”

Sub-Radio are sending off 2017 in style with Holiday Hangover—the tracks are sugar-sweet and guaranteed to gonna get you dancing all the way to the new year. If you wanna get to know the band a li’l better, they’re doing a Holiday Hangover livestream tomorrow via Instagram and Facebook to celebrate release day. Stop by and say hey on 12/7 at 8pm ET—just make sure you’ve learned all the words to the EP before then! Hit play below to hear a message from the band, then dive right into the Holiday Hangover…

Join Sub-Radio as they release Holiday Hangover LIVE on Instagram and Facebook tomorrow at 8pm ET!

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