Aww. We remember that one time when she was here just like it was yesterday. And today, we hear that the natural-born-talent Christina Perri has announced details of her upcoming holiday EP, “A Very Merry Perri Christmas”.

“A Very Merry Perri Christmas” pairs an all-new seasonal staple, “Something About December,” alongside unique renditions of such Yuletide favorites as The Carpenters’ “Merry Christmas Darling” and Charles Brown’s “Please Come Home For Christmas”.


Produced by multiple Grammy award winner David Hodges (Evanescence, Kelly Clarkson), the six-track collection is further highlighted by a magical new take on the John & Yoko/Plastic Ono Band classic, “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)”, featuring choral contributions from such diverse artists as Michelle Branch, LP, Bushwalla, and Boys Like Girls’ Martin Johnson. Ah, but don’t let us babble on and on – check out the complete tracklisting for the much anticipated EP:

  1. There’s Something About December
  2. Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
  3. Ave Maria
  4. Merry Christmas Darling
  5. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
  6. Please Come Home For Christmas

And also, the samplers here:

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“I’ve wanted to make ‘A Very Merry Perri Christmas my whole life! Christmas is so big in my family, and I’ve been singing these songs since I was three years old. This EP is a collection of my all-time favorite Christmas songs, plus one original, ‘Something About December’ which my brother and I wrote about finding Christmas wherever you are in the world, because it lives in your heart”, Christina said of this brand new release. Aww!

An exclusive bundle of “A Very Merry Perri Christmas” will be available at her website.

For more information, hit up her Facebook page or her Twitter account.

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