The holidays come with everything and, of course, Christmas songs cannot be missed. Although there is still little more than a month to celebrate Christmas, we already savor each other the traditional dinner, the punch and now we want to wear the usual ugly sweater. And while we wait for all that, we can go listening to a good song by Robbie Williams.
So is. The English singer is getting a little ahead of next month’s festivities with a song to encourage audiences to have a good time on the eve of the arrival of Santa Claus. Good Robbie knows that the situation due to the pandemic has complicated various celebrations, so in this new track he has to lift his spirits.
Robbie Williams’ Christmas Song
Are you already feeling the cold weather and the excitement of the Christmas season? Yes, we know that there is a month and a little more to celebrate Christmas, but several artists like Robbie Williams are already anticipating gifts for fans around the world.
The British composer recently came out with a peculiar song inspired by the holiday season. “Can’t Stop Christmas”, beyond being a song full of songs about the celebration of December 25, this little roll also casts several winks to the situation of contingency, quarantine and even social distancing.
“Santa is in his sleigh, but now he is two meters away”says one of the verses that Williams recites throughout the song. And is that this track, composed of happy sounds and Christmas bells, also refers to how we have had to adapt virtual meetings, for example, in Zoom and more platforms.
Robbie, knowing the hardest part of the pandemic, It also honors with a mention to the people who have unfortunately lost their lives due to the coronavirus. Here we leave you the song so that you can listen to it and start preparing your Christmas with a great song.
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On November 22, 2019, Robbie Williams released his album The Christmas Present precisely on the occasion of Christmas. Now, almost exactly a year after that launch, the English singer-songwriter prepares a deluxe edition of said material.
The new installment was recorded and produced in collaboration with Guy Chambers and Richard Flack plus Rod Stewart, Tyson Fury, Bryan Adams and Jamie Cullum, among other artists. There you have it, don’t let Christmas go by and listen to this December compilation from good robbie on platforms.