The High Plains Drifters share quirky holiday anthem “Alone On Christmas”

New York based indie group The High Plains Drifters share quirky anthem “Alone On Christmas,” infusing a refreshing vibe to our holiday playlist. Led by unconventional vocals that float over snippy synths and high energy percussion, the track delves into Christmas and love with vibrance and melancholy in equal halves.

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The track is accompanied sultry visuals featuring the sumptuous Rose Dahler wreaking havoc while looking for a holiday honey. Pulling us into a world of vivid graphics and impressive choreography, the earworm track and alluring visuals are a perfect holiday gift that will leave us reaching for the replay button.

Having found their place in music with their genre-bending debut album in 2019,  the band consisting of John Macom, Mike DoCampo, Kyle Cassel, Charles Czarnecki and Dave Richards, step into a new sonic era as they prepare to entrance us with their album release early next year

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