Essential Advent Calendar: Songs of Contrast – ‘I Forgot That It Was Christmas’

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Songs of Contrast, with their fun party song, ‘I Forgot That It Was Christmas’ are behind Day 17 of our Essential Advent Calendar.

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Picture the scene: You wake up on Christmas morning, race down the stairs to see what Santa has brought you and discover….

Nothing.

Santa forgot that it was Christmas. He was still in his pyjamas and the elves were still in bed – wouldn’t we rather give the children Easter eggs instead?

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Accompanied by a fun video, ‘I Forgot That It Was Christmas’ was written by Ian Mitchard and sung by Megan Moore. Released by Songs of Contrast, an independent record label which publishes all of Ian’s songs, it’s not their first Christmas outing. Last year the pair released the single, ‘Christmas Ain’t the Time (To Say Goodbye)‘, a bluesy number, in high contrast to this year’s jolly Christmas tune.

‘I Forgot That It Was Christmas’ is available on Amazon and iTunes. Make sure to check out Ian and Megan’s other songs, also available on iTunes, Amazon
, and Bandcamp.

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