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Speedy Ortiz’s Sadie Dupuis releases a new Christmas song

Speedy Ortiz‘s Sadie Dupuis has a history with Christmas songs. 2011 saw her release ‘Grinchin‘, while in 2013 came ‘X Actually

Following the two year rule, 2015 sees Sadie release an “adequately depressing” nugget of Yuletide cheer in the form of ‘Krampus (In Love).” Check it out below.

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Speedy Ortiz released one of The Best Albums of 2015 with Foil Deer.

Speaking to Upset about the album, Sadie explained “The first record was angry, very rooted in the past and is highly specific,” Sadie explains. “On this one, I wanted to do something that could be applicable to people other than myself. Even though I’m still somewhat of a pessimistic writer, ‘Foil Deer’ is forward looking. It looks at addressing problems and healing from them instead of dwelling on them. It’s not just a music evolution, it’s about trying to get better and be better instead of firing shots at the demons of my past.

“We never had expectations for it. Whenever anyone likes it, we’re like, ‘Yes! Us too.’ It’s my favourite thing I’ve ever worked on, ever.”

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