Today, POP ETC debut their holiday EP, “A POP ETC Christmas” via MXDWN. The new Christmas collection is a gift to fans, and includes two covers, “Christmas Time Is Here,” from Charlie Brown’s Christmas Special, and Paul McCartney’s “Wonderful Christmas Time”, sung by Julian from POP ETC, as well as an original, “All I Want For Xmas (Just My Baby).” Said lead singer Chris Chu about the EP: “Since I was a kid I always loved Christmas songs. I fell in love with Vince Guaraldi’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas” soundtrack from an early age and I’ve listened to it every Christmas I can remember. I’ve always had the idea of trying to record a few Christmas songs myself, but for some reason or another things always got too busy around the holidays and I lost track of it… until now!” Listen to the full EP via MXDWN here and download it here.
The “A POP ETC Christmas” EP is the third release from the band’s “Infinite Singles Collection,” which will deliver new releases from POP ETC in batches of one or two songs every four to six weeks. The band recently premiered “Fingerprints,” the first single, via Earmilk who praise its “charming acoustic guitar hook, endearing vocals, and a cheerful upbeat chorus.” POP ETC also premiered the video for second single, “Sleight of Hand,” via Atwood Magazine who call it “a fresh, dreamily somber exploration of the chaos and order that drive our lives and rule our world.” Pre-save all future releases in the “Infinite Singles Collection” here.
POP ETC is Chris Chu, Jon Chu and Julian Harmon. The band has released two full-length albums, including 2012’s self-titled debut, and 2016’s Souvenir. The album’s single, “What Am I Becoming?”, spent 13 weeks on SiriusXM’s Alt Nation Countdown.
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POP ETC is Chris Chu, Jon Chu and Julian Harmon. The band has released two full-length albums, including 2012’s self-titled debut, and 2016’s Souvenir. Souvenir’s single, “What Am I Becoming?”, spent 13 weeks on SiriusXM’s Alt Nation Countdown.