Curb | Word Entertainment pop artist and songwriter Sarah Reeves gives fans an early Christmas present with today’s arrival of “Go Tell It On The Mountain.” The bold, brassy version of the holiday classic combines the unmistakable Big Band sounds of Bing Crosby and Nat King Cole with the warmth and nostalgia of the Vince Guaraldi Trio. The same vintage charm stretches across all eight selections on More The Merrier, Reeves’ brand new Christmas album coming Nov. 12. Listen to instant grat track “Go Tell It On The Mountain” and pre-order/pre-save More The Merrier HERE.
“I chose ‘Go Tell It On The Mountain’ because it is a celebration of the Savior’s birth, the whole reason why we celebrate Christmas,” explains Reeves, who arranged the track with producers Ben Schofield and Mark Campbell. “I had so much fun recording this song. We decided to add some jazzy, classic elements to it, as well as another chorus section to really make it come alive even more. I hope that this song reminds you of the joy of Christmas and what a gift it was to have our Savior, our King Jesus, come to this Earth. It is worth shouting about.”
Earlier this summer, Reeves dropped poignant original track, “Years,” which she penned at the height of the global pandemic as a positive ode to an unprecedented year. Listen to the building anthem of hope and perseverance HERE, and watch the official music video HERE. Produced by Mike Cervantes, the introspective “Years” was co-written by Reeves, Ian Keaggy and John-Luke Carter and serves as the first taste of new music from Reeves since Life Love & Madness debuted in the Top 5 of the iTunes Singer/Songwriter album chart upon release last fall.
For the remainder of the year, Reeves, who recorded her upcoming album live in studio, will focus on sharing seasonal selections. More new music and information leading up to the release of More The Merrier on Nov. 12 will follow in the weeks to come.