something about christmas

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If you’re tired of the same ten Christmas songs year after year and hungry for something new to ring in the yuletide, look no further than Rebecca Hurn’s Something About Christmas. This song is a breath of fresh air, crisp like the winter wind and sweet like freshly baked holiday cookies. 

For anyone preparing for a less than stellar Christmas in a year of uncertainty, Rebecca Hurn has come through with a perfectly-timed present. Something About Christmas will hear your longing and show you that you’re not alone. And for everyone else, this song will provide a much-needed reprieve from the same old Christmas music you’ve heard a million times. 

something about christmas

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Rebecca Llewellyn (Becky and the bands)

Published 4th December 2020

Similar in sound and style, to rival vocal competitors such as Maisie Peters and Taylor Swift. Rebecca Hurn carefully cradles fragile feelings, and enchants with the glow of all that the festive season brings. Seeking influence from favourite films, and timeless Christmas tracks. Hurn gracefully portrays her very own meaning of yuletide, by telling her story through song and transfixing each and every listener upon her journey.

Reminiscent, breath-takingly beautiful, and filled to the brim with nostalgic Christmas notions. ‘Something About Christmas’ is sincerely sublime. Surely a song that we will yearn to listen to, even as Winter comes to an end. There is such charm in its intriguing honesty, a beautiful bond formed by Hurn’s personable delivery, and a majestic magic in the building music, that glides in tempo as though falling snowflakes adorning a winter night’s sky.

‘Something About Christmas’ is a gorgeous musical gift from Rebecca Hurn, that we can truly fall in love with this, and every December, that follows.

‘something about christmas’ Robs Raw Music Blog Published 30th November

Christmas is a time to say I love you and what better way than through a song!

Rebecca Hurn releases her Christmas song ‘something about christmas’ on 4th December, with an acoustic version on the 18th.

The song is stunningly beautiful with snowglobes, The Pogues, sleighbells and shiny red bows all involved.

Rebecca has a stunning tone and it is really put to full useage in this glorious song with a very gorgeous and catchy chorus.

It’s a song about love,a song about reflections and above all,a song that is stunning and beautiful.

Well done young lady, you really know how to write and perform.

Love Like ThisBecky and the bands

A passionate and driven individual, Rebecca Hurn’s music is soothing and comforting, but also incredibly inspiring. With a global reach firmly in her sights. We wait with bated breath, to marvel as to where her voice will take her next.


Facebook 31st January 2020 Rebecca Hurn‘s incredible vocals at Old Chapel studios this week 🤩 Keep your eyes peeled for her live studio session coming soon 👀


Click here for full review RobsRawMusic ‘Homesick’ 26th February 2019

The delicate tones and delicious melody really draws the listener into the song,I just find her voice mesmerising and hypnotic.

Click here for full review NewsoundWales ‘Brooklyn’ 12th November 2018

The song centres on finding new friendships and how equally exciting and frustrating those friendships can be when you’re separated by thousands and thousands of miles. “Brooklyn” is a gorgeous heartfelt song with strong haunting melody. The track was released 5thNovember and to coincide with the release she performed an acoustic set in the iconic Greenwich Village music venue The Bitter End.

Click here for full review Robs Raw Music ‘Brooklyn’ October 30th 2018

The way the lyrics are structured alongside the elegant instrumentation, result in the song being so easy to listen to and immediately becomes such a lovable song.

How the Light Gets In 2020 Hay Festival

Frazer Wilks Sound Engineer at How The Light Gets In festival Hay on Wye 29/05/18

‘Rebecca’s set was one of the best sets I’ve heard here for the last four days’.

Waves (Acoustic)
Waves Acoustic (From Waves EP 2018)

May 2019 at How The Light Gets In at The Hay Festival former Shadow Secretary of State for Women & equality Dawn Butler MP on listening to ‘Waves’ was moved to tweet Rebecca 

 ‘I couldn’t wait to get home to listen to it so googled it on the train….it is beautiful. Telling your story of domestic abuse in song is so powerful and moving’

Alicia Brooks Communications Officer Women’s Aid (05/01/2021)

It’s wonderful to hear Rebecca’s supportive contribution 

Andrew Bowie MP for West Aberdeenshire & Kincardine (04/01/2021)

I very much hope the song is shared as widely as possible.

Nickie Aiken MP for Cities of London & Westminster (03/01/2021)

Rebecca’s lyrics. They are certainly powerful. Fingers crossed the Lords will support the Domestic Abuse Bill so we can secure it onto the statute books asap.

Charlie Ashcroft  Amazing Radio (09/04/18)

Released this Friday (09/04/2018) that’s Rebecca Hurn with ‘Waves’ the title track from her second EP which is doing the rounds at the moment and starting to turn quite a lot of heads. She’s getting some great write ups and it’s a stunning stunning new record….I really love that record – the undeniable talent on display, a very affecting song and obviously has all the hallmarks of an incredible song writer as well – Rebecca Hurn with ‘Waves’ on Amazing Radio.

Darren Griffiths Warner GTFM Radio Presenter on ‘WavesEP’

These tracks are excellent. Can’t wait for her to release them so I can play them on my show. I knew she had talent… but these tracks take it beyond that…emotive, beautiful and current… and yes, the production is spot on’

Adam Walton –  BBC Radio Wales 24/03/18

‘There’s a real emotional undertone there as well but clearly clearly beautiful and Rebecca Hurns voice is -I think – one of our national treasures as it were – and a new one – because normally national treasures status is bestowed on something that’s like ancient, but Rebecca Hurns voice has got something truly special – you know- about it.’

Rob Hurley Robs Raw Music ‘Waves’ 21/01/18

In Rebecca Hurn’s sophomore EP,Waves,the Porthcawl vocalist sheds her image of a young up an coming artist and reintroduces herself as a matured singer/songwriter ready to share her developed sound with the world.

It is obvious Rebecca took her time with Waves with thoughtful lyrics and intentional production. She has continued to mature musically since her last EP and hopefully this EP will escalate this talented young lady to the heights she richly deserves.