Boy band The Vamps cover I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday
You know Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen, but I bet you don't know The Vamps.
They're a spanking new Brit boy band who haven't been on the scene too long, and yet they've just released a very fun Christmas album - Meet The Vamps (Christmas Edition) - that would make a perfect stocking stuffer for your daughters.
It's basically a re-release of their debut album Meet The Vamps, with a bunch of Christmas songs added in.
"We've tried to be very Christmas-y on this album," said lead singer Brad Simpson in a recent interview with the music website Fuse.
He added: "We do like Christmas a lot. We know people like it, so we want to kind of put stuff out there. It gets everyone excited and we love Christmas. It's the best."
I'm so relieved they like Christmas! Phew!
These young fellows have managed to set themselves apart from other boy bands by playing their own instruments.
Yes, you heard that right.
Actual guitars and drums and stuff.
The guys - Simpson, lead guitarist James McVey, bassist Connor Ball and drummer Tristan Evans- met over the Internet in 2011, and by 2012 they were earning fans on YouTube.
They were all in their teens then. Indeed, Simpson and Ball are STILL teenagers.
Over the past year, they've been edging up near the top of the charts in Britain with singles like Can We Dance, and they've also been picking up assorted Best Newcomer awards.
They even opened for God-Empress Taylor Swift during the British leg of her Red tour.
With their star on the rise, the Christmas album is a smart move.
Meet The Vamps (Christmas Edition) includes eight Christmas-themed songs, a mix of standards and more current numbers.
There's Jingle Bell Rock, Sleighing In The Snow, Hoping For Snow, We Wish You A Merry Christmas, I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday, Hallelujah, Jingle Bells and Silent Night.
I'm just relieved there's no Santa Baby.
Call me old-fashioned, but I just don't think it's a song that teenage boys should be singing!
The quartet have done tasteful and rather conservative arrangements.
The stand-out track is I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day, an upbeat pop tune that sounds natural coming from kids.
The weakest track is probably Hallelujah; the guys just don't have the gravitas to pull off a Leonard Cohen song.
It's pretty much like The Chipmunks doing Leonard Cohen.
If you want some idea of what to expect, you can check out their music video for I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday.
The boys are at the beach frolicking around in wacky Christmas hats and playing beach volleyball.
It's all very One Direction-y, with the guys having a laugh and not taking themselves too seriously.
I mean, why would they?
Over the years, artists have come to realise that Christmas sells.
If you manage to get a hit, it will get played again and again every year for the rest of time.
In addition to the classics from Nat King Cole and Bing Crosby, we expect to hear Wonderful Christmas Time from Paul McCartney and Last Christmas from Wham.
It seems the only time you hear Mariah Carey on the radio anymore is when they play All I Want For Christmas Is You.
On the Billboard Holiday 100 chart we also find current acts such as Ariana Grande with Santa Tell Me, Idina Menzel with Baby It's Cold Outside and, of course, Michael Buble with It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas.
Even Hollywood actress Kristen Bell from the Disney hit Frozen has scored with the cute novelty tune Text Me Merry Christmas.
So The Vamps are in good company. Maybe too good. Then again, you never know what these newbies might accomplish in the years to come.
Next year, they embark on a world tour, and they've got very big things planned.
As they told Entertainment Tonight: "You can expect more music, more touring, more hair, more sweat... and more abs."