Lucy Spraggan has a brand new Christmas single and it’s got us feeling all festive

Grab your novelty jumper and some mulled wine and let’s #DrinkTilWeGoHome


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Feeling festive? You will be, once you've heard the banging new track from DIVA fave and gifted singer-songwriter Lucy Spraggan.

 

It’s called Drink 'Til We Go Home and it’s bound to make you merry. An instant classic, it's giving us major Pogues vibes. Plus we’re loving the excuse to get rowdy with the singalong chorus.

 

The music video features Lucy singing her heart out to a cosy pub packed full with her real life friends and family, including her fabulous wife Georgina. Warning - this Christmas cracker WILL make you crave a tipple and an impromptu night out with your nearest and dearest.

 

Lucy explains, “I basically got a bunch of friends into an empty pub, put a bit of cash behind the bar and left the cameras rolling.” She even tweeted to say that it was probably the most fun she’d ever had making a video. It's definitely a whole lot of fun to watch so why not have a gander?

 

Bottoms up and Merry Christmas!

 

 

Drink 'Til We Go Home is out now.

 

 

 

Only reading DIVA online? You're missing out. For more news, reviews and commentary, check out the latest issue. It's pretty badass, if we do say so ourselves.

 

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