She & Him to Release Christmas Album on October 25

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Not only is Zooey Deschanel gearing up for the premiere of her new TV show "New Girl," but it's just been announced that her band, She & Him will be releasing their first-ever holiday album, A Very She & Him... 000_013_093_shehim

Not only is Zooey Deschanel gearing up for the premiere of her new TV show "New Girl," but it's just been announced that her band, She & Him will be releasing their first-ever holiday album, A Very She & Him Christmas on October 25th, 2011.

A Very She & Him Christmas is a wonderful collection of holiday tunes from two of music's most impressive artists – Zooey Deschanel (She) & M. Ward (Him). Inspired by seminal holiday albums by the likes of The Carpenters, Vince Guaraldi, The Beach Boys, Elvis Presley and more, She & Him have set out to create an intimate holiday recording of Christmas classics that helps bring new emotions out of old songs. On A Very She & Him Christmas, Deschanel and Ward let the songs speak for themselves, oftentimes recording them with just acoustic guitar and vocals. Consistent in everything are the elements that have made She & Him one of the most loved bands of the last few years – Deschanel's soulful vocal delivery and Ward's impressive guitar work, both sounding as timeless as ever.

The track listing for A Very She & Him Christmas is:

The Christmas Waltz
Christmas Day
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
I'll Be Home for Christmas
Christmas Wish
Sleigh Ride
Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree
Silver Bells
Baby, It's Cold Outside
Blue Christmas
Little Saint Nick
The Christmas Song

Catch the premiere of "New Girl" September 20 on Fox.

(Photo: Autumn de Wilde)

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