Holiday & Seasonal

Hanson’s New ‘Finally It’s Christmas’ Lyric Video Is Here

This will get you in the holiday spirit!

Everyone’s favorite ’90s band is at it again. Hanson announced last year that they’d be making the holiday season bright by blessing fans with new music. They delivered on that promise, and not only is their latest Christmas album available for purchase, but there’s also a video for you dance along with now as well.

The “Finally It’s Christmas” lyric video is here just in time to get you in the holiday spirit. If you’ve been stressing about the seating arrangements for Thanksgiving dinner or your Christmas shopping list—take a second to watch this merry little video and melt your stress away (even if only for a few minutes!).

The video features a roller-blading Santa and singalong lyrics that pack plenty of Christmas cheer. So, sing along and enjoy because it’s the most wonderful time of the year!

Feel better? It’d be hard not to!

As if this isn’t exciting enough, the band also announced that this lyric video is just a teaser for the official music video, which is set to come out later this month.

If this is any indication of how great the official music video will be—prepare to watch it on repeat. Fans have, of course, reacted well to this video. Proving that even though the ’90s are long gone—this band can still do no wrong.

“I have listened to Finally It’s Christmas pretty much nonstop. It warms my Hanson loving heart,” one fan wrote on Twitter.

Don’t bother Hanson fans when they’re listening to Christmas music.

Serious jam sessions are bound to happen when this song starts to play.

Because it just doesn’t get better than this.

You can listen to “Finally It’s Christmas” and other songs when you check out the full album on iTunes. And if you live in Toronto, New York, Chicago or Los Angeles, there’s a chance you could hear the brothers play this song live. You can purchase tickets to the “Finally, It’s Christmas” tour to really get in the Hanson Christmas spirit!

And if you can’t make it to hear them perform live … well, hit that play button on YouTube again.