A Cappella Voices Of Voctave Sing ‘We Need A Little Christmas’

A Cappella Voices Of Voctave Sing ‘We Need A Little Christmas’

A group of immensely gifted musicians put their vocal talents on full display with a festive, upbeat and uber-catchy rendition of a Christmas tune beloved by many.

Every Christmas season comes with its annual traditions and activities. Most will conclude that it’s just not Christmastime unless and until those annual holiday requirements and obligations are fulfilled. That even holds true for some when it comes to hearing a favorite Christmas song. It’s not Christmas until a specific and classic Christmas song is heard, the thinking goes.

Everyone has a specific Christmas song near and dear to their heart. Typically, it’s one that is not only catchy and upbeat but also has a special memory or feeling attached to it. Likely one of those festive Christmas songs that is a favorite of many is “We Need a Little Christmas.”

In a clip posted on YouTube, the super-talented a cappella group Voctave provides listeners with their cheerful and beautiful rendition of the Christmas hit. 

“For we need a little Christmas, right this very minute
Candies in the window, carols at the spinet
Yes, we need a little Christmas, right this very minute
Hasn’t snowed a single flurry, but Santa dear, we’re in a hurry”

Voctave’s cover is fantastic, hitting all the right notes at just the right time. Their superb rendition, which is sure to get even the biggest of Scrooges in the Christmas spirit, wholly deserves more than a handful of listens. 

Not only is the group’s performance of the holiday favorite excellent, but their choice of clothing also hits the mark. Everyone in the group dons a sweater that could compete in and may even win any ugly Christmas sweater contest.

Despite their bad and hard-to-look-at sweaters, Voctave’s cover of “We Need a Little Christmas” could become a Christmas classic, one that listeners turn to every year for some holiday cheer and enjoyment. 

Psalm 95:1 “O come, let us make songs to the Lord; sending up glad voices to the Rock of our salvation.”

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