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Daniel Woolhouse (Deptford Goth) airs his take on festive classic "Fairytale Of New York"

21 December 2016, 11:32 | Written by Laurence Day

Daniel Woolhouse - who recently shed his Deptford Goth moniker - has covered Christmas classic "Fairytale Of New York".

Many artists tend to veer away from the Pogues' staple - it's a toughie, especially with its duetting vocals and controversial lyrics - but the "daring non-conformist" fav gets a new lease of life with Woolhouse's breezy edit.

The cover forms part of Woolhouse's 'Countdown to the End of 2016', which features a range of musical gifts for fans - including stripped-back piano sessions and lyric videos. Keep up to date with it on Facebook.

Woolhouse's latest record (and first under his own name) What's That Sound? is out via 37 Adventures. Order now from Amazon or iTunes.
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