The Essential Advent Calendar: December 12 – Go Birch’s ‘Find A Way For Christmas’ Encourages Us To Tell The Ones We Love Just How We Feel About Them

It’s Day 12 of the Essential Advent Calendar, and behind the door we find Go Birch, whose festive single, ‘Find A Way For Christmas’, is a heartwarming and emotional song, that encourages us to put aside our differences and pull together.

The song comes with a music video that’s guaranteed to bring a tear to everyone’s eyes – tears of joy as well as sadness.

Lyrics such as “Love belongs to everyone / you only need to look at me to see / If you unlock your heart, love won’t need a key / Love will set you free” are both moving and poetic, and are guaranteed to get listeners thinking about what they can do this festive season to mend the broken bridges. The music video further emphasises this, showing a range of different relationships, from couples in love, families gathered around the Christmas table, and children dancing around the Christmas tree. There’s some fun parts too – watch out for Elf On The Shelf getting up to mischief!

Speaking about the song, Go Birch said,

“I’ve been writing songs for years and never worried about releasing anything, but then I thought the UK and the world is in a mess and these lyrics might be the closest I’ve come to writing something that reflects the mood, yet is positive.”

Go Birch is a very prolific British singer songwriter, and his music can be found on Bandcamp. You can follow him online to find out more about the artist and his music on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. Stream and download ‘Find A Way For Christmas’ on Spotify, ‎Apple Music, and Amazon Music, as well as Bandcamp.

We’re sure you’ll agree with us when we say that we believe ‘Find A Way For Christmas’ is destined to be a Christmas classic. You can watch the video for ‘Find A Way For Christmas’ below:

Find A Way (For Christmas) by Go BIrch

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