Album artwork for Silent Night / Blue Christmas by Sharon Van Etten
Album artwork for Silent Night / Blue Christmas by Sharon Van Etten

Silent Night was recorded in 2018 for the Holiday Short Film, The Letter by Eric Paschal Johnson and received a Vimeo Staff Pick Award. Now available on vinyl for the first time.

Available on vinyl for the first time ever, Van Etten’s cover of the holiday classic Blue Christmas, was originally recorded for a benefit album called Do You EAR what I Ear in 2009 for the Association to Benefit Children, an outstanding New York-based service dedicated to permanently breaking the cycles of abuse, neglect, sickness and homelessness among disadvantaged children and their families.

Sharon Van Etten

Silent Night / Blue Christmas

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Album artwork for Silent Night / Blue Christmas by Sharon Van Etten
7"

£8.99

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Released 10/12/2021Catalogue Number

JAG364LP-C1

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Sharon Van Etten

Silent Night / Blue Christmas

Jagjaguwar
Album artwork for Album artwork for Silent Night / Blue Christmas by Sharon Van Etten by Silent Night / Blue Christmas - Sharon Van Etten
Album artwork for Album artwork for Silent Night / Blue Christmas by Sharon Van Etten by Silent Night / Blue Christmas - Sharon Van Etten
Album artwork for Silent Night / Blue Christmas by Sharon Van Etten
7"

£8.99

Clear Blue

Released 10/12/2021Catalogue Number

JAG364LP-C1

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Silent Night was recorded in 2018 for the Holiday Short Film, The Letter by Eric Paschal Johnson and received a Vimeo Staff Pick Award. Now available on vinyl for the first time.

Available on vinyl for the first time ever, Van Etten’s cover of the holiday classic Blue Christmas, was originally recorded for a benefit album called Do You EAR what I Ear in 2009 for the Association to Benefit Children, an outstanding New York-based service dedicated to permanently breaking the cycles of abuse, neglect, sickness and homelessness among disadvantaged children and their families.