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EXCLUSIVE: The Dryes Premiere 'Why'd You Ruin Christmas'

November 23, 2023 6:42 pm GMT

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It’s our favourite time of year again! While you’re all celebrating Thanksgiving over in the US, we’re enjoying a quiet day and putting our feet up on the other side of the pond and getting in the mood for Christmas. Thankfully North Carolina duo The Dryes seem be very much on our wavelength.

Riding the wave of their Raisin Beers & Hallelujahs EP and following the announcement of their Christmas With The Dryes tour, Katelyn and Derek Drye are getting us all in a festive mood with their new holiday song, ‘Why’d You Ruin Christmas.’

Sometimes when a relationship ends even the nice traditions you used to enjoy doing together – like putting up the Christmas lights and baking cookies - become tainted forever and so it is with this brand new Christmas original from the husband-and-wife duo.

The Christmas spirit has definitely soured in this hilariously twisted break up song full of playfully passive aggressive references to eating yellow snow and choking on mistletoe.

‘Why’d You Ruin Christmas’ is premiering exclusively on Holler below.

The Dryes · The Dryes - Why’d You Ruin Christmas

If there was ever a time that country music needed a duo like The Dryes, it’s now. Since premiering on Season 22 of NBC’s The Voice, joining Team Blake, The Dryes have already caught the attention gained thousands of new fans and followers since launching their career in 2018 with songs like ‘Bless Your Heart’, ‘Dolly Would’ and ‘Whites Creek.’

‘Why’d You Ruin Christmas’ is released on November 24th. The Dryes begin their Christmas With The Dryes tour on December 2nd. Tickets available here.

Written by Jof Owen
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