Christmas is technically over, but the spirit and celebration will certainly continue for many throughout the holiday week.
With that in mind, there’s one final a cappella song from singer Peter Hollens that’s worth checking out before you take down the decorations and return to normalcy.
Hollens, who has released a slew of music videos and songs this holiday season, recently put out his own version of “Believe,” the Josh Groban song that was used in the film “Polar Express.” For his rendition, Hollens brought in the One Voice Children’s Choir to help round out some stunning vocals.
Watch and listen to it all unfold below:
As Faithwire previously reported, Hollens recently released “December Song,” “Carol of the Bells,” “Amazing Grace,” “What Child Is This?” and “Little Drummer Boy,” among other popular tunes.
“Believe” was the final music video released in the 2016 holiday season, with these songs, among others, included on the singer’s new album, “A Hollens Family Christmas.” It’s a compilation that Hollens is deeply proud of.
“I hope people take away a little piece of the magic of this season that (they) had when you were young,” Hollens recently told Faithwire.
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