The Essential Advent Calendar: December 9 – Remi Wolf Releases Two Christmas Songs, ‘LAST CHRISTMAS’ And ‘WINTER WONDERLAND’

It’s a double-door that we swing open on day 9 of our Essential Advent Calendar this year! Remi Wolf has released not one but two Christmas songs, ‘Last Christmas’, and ‘Winter Wonderland’.

Remi Wolf has a knack for elevating the classics with her signature, stunning vocal style, and she’s certainly done it with her twin holiday releases. You can get in the Christmas spirit and stream and download ‘Last Christmas’ and ‘Winter Wonderland’ here.

‘Juno’, Wolf’s first full-length album, dropped late last year to high-praise from the likes of The New York Times, NPR, Billboard, and Pitchfork. In June, Wolf released ‘Juno Deluxe’; The four new tracks appearing on ‘Juno Deluxe’ provide insights into Wolf’s constant evolution as an artist, further highlighting her as one of the most exciting and unique names in pop music. 

Remi Wolf’s whimsical, candid take on pop music has continued to resonate with fans and critics alike, with Juno racking up over 175 million streams to date and her entire catalog reaching over 1 billion global streams. Always spinning multiple plates, Wolf also collaborated with Still Woozy for the airy “Pool,” and announced partnerships with footwear companies UGG & Crocs for creative campaigns.

Wolf has been busy: she opened for Lorde on her Solar Power North American tour, performed with Red Hot Chili Peppers and Nas in Florence, performed in the UK/ EU, performed at Hangout Festival and Lollapalooza, and just recently wrapped her North American GWINGLE GWONGLE US tour. 

You can find out more about Remi Wolf and her music online on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, and YouTube.

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