Sibling trio We Three’s recent second album ‘Dear PARANOIA, Sincerely Me’ built upon their growing fanbase. It achieved a US Top 10 iTunes chart position as their career streams now approach the 50 million landmark. Rewind a little over two years, however, and they were unknowns auditioning on America’s Got Talent. Their emotionally charged tribute to their late mother, Heaven’s Not Too Far’, struck a chord with so many people who had also lost loved ones and reduced judge Mel B to tears.

As the festive season draws near, We Three reflect on their memories of their final Christmas with their mother with the heartfelt new single Our Last Christmas Eve. At a time when so many are thinking of the family members and friends that are no longer with us, We Three celebrate the small things that make Christmas what it is. And they’re the things that you don’t realise are important until they’re gone: turning on the lights on the tree, hanging the Christmas wreath or snuggling to watch TV in your favourite pyjamas.

Vocalist / guitarist Manny Humlie commented, “This song is about the most memorable Christmas I have. Knowing it’s your last Christmas with your mother is not an easy thing to come to terms with. But within all the painful memories they’re are so many beautiful ones as well. There are some heavy lyrics, but I hope when you listen you can feel the beautiful parts as well.”

The track’s official video expands upon that heart-rending reflection with extensive home video flashbacks to the siblings’ childhood with their mother. And while the message is serious, there’s still some room for seasonal fun as a flurry of snow falls during the band’s energised performance.   

‘Our Last Christmas Eve’ is the title track to the band’s new EP, which is out now. Noah Guthrie, their friend from ‘America’s Got Talent’ and former ‘Glee’ actor, lends his rich vocal tone to the tender indie/folk-pop love song ‘When I’m With You’. The package is completed with an updated 2020 reworking of ‘Heaven’s Not Too Far’, which flavours the much loved original with some alt-pop embellishments and grungey dynamics.

We Three introduced the new songs during last night’s virtual live concert. Held at The Elsinore in Salem, Oregon, the set included favourites from both of their albums and the ‘Machine’ EP as they made a long-awaited reconnection with fans from all over the world.


About RJ Frometa

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