Listen | Eclectic host of Irish acts appear on the Co-Present’s Christmas Compilation

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With Christmas 2015 only days away the team at the Co-Present have compiled an album of festive covers and originals by Irish artists.

Featuring performances from acts such as Sleep Thieves, I Am Niamh, Grainne Hunt, Shell Dooley, Thumper, Vyvienne Long, Laura Ann Brady & more, A Co-Present Christmas includes a host of Xmas classics from some of the countries most exciting artists including ‘White Christmas’, ‘Stay Another Day’ and ‘Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)’.

The compilation also showcases original Christmas tracks from Monster MonsterBlades Club, Gar Cox  and more. See full track listing below.

A Co-Present Christmas track-listing:
1. Shell Dooley – White Christmas
2. Vyvienne Long – Please Santa, Let’s Go
3. Blades Club – What You Get Me (For Christmas)
4. Laura Ann Brady – Stay Another Day
5. Gar Cox – It’s Too Late For Christmas
6. Monster Monster – Christmas In Liverpool
7. Jack O Rourke – Silence
8. I Am Niamh – In The Bleak Midwinter
9. Grainne Hunt – Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
10. Sleep Thieves – November Christmas
11. Thumper – Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
12. Goldfish Syndrome – The Ballad Of Christmas Day
13. Mark Geary and Glen Hansard – Christmas Biscuits
14. Tenro – Medley

A fully realized compilation from both it’s curators and the artists involved, A Co-Present Christmas showcases a diversity of style and sound in Irish music whilst also delivering some holiday spirit.

Click below to listen to tracks from ‘A C0-Present Christmas’, which is out now via bandcamp.

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