Erasure this week released the first single off its upcoming Christmas album Snow Globe, a synthpop take on the medieval Latin carol “Gaudete,” which was a folk hit in 1973 for Steeleye Span. The duo also debuted a new stop-motion animation video created by Martin Meunier (“James & The Giant Peach” and “Coraline”) and Tonya Hurley, author of the best-selling “ghostgirl” and “The Blessed.”
Check out the video below; the album arrives Nov. 11 (see full tracklisting).
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS
- Erasure unveils tracklisting for ‘Snow Globe’ holiday album, previews ‘Silent Night’
- Erasure records original songs, ‘seasonal classics’ for new holiday album ‘Snow Globe’
- Vince Clarke asks fans to film themselves making synth sounds with their mouths
- Regeneration Tour adds 2 dates in New York with Erasure’s Andy Bell, Howard Jones
- Erasure to release ‘Complete Tomorrow’s World’ box set with videos, unreleased mixes
i am SO glad that i opted for the deluxe-ltd.-ed. box set!