Today’s song is “Don’t Come Home for Christmas” by Broadtree & Maddie Corinne.
Canadian country artists Broadtree and Maddie Corinne have teamed up with a new, original Christmas single, “Don’t Come Home for Christmas.”
This sassy and feisty tune turns the traditional sentiment of longing for your loved one during the holidays on its head, serving as a warning of what happens when they’ve worn out their welcome.
After the success of Corinne and Broadtree’s most recent singles, “Overrated” and “Meet Me At The Table” respectively (both released on October 14), the artists have created a bop filled with lush harmonies between Corinne and Broadtree’s Nicole McCafferty, complimented by clever country guitar and banjo melodies.
“It’s the perfect mix of holiday cheer and country grit, this song shows that you can still be festive, even when confronting an unwanted ex,” says Corinne.
McCafferty adds “we wanted to write a fresh, fun twist on the Christmas love song cliché with something that encompasses the satisfaction of revenge with a wink behind it.”
About Broadtree: Broadtree is the Toronto-based, pop-country duo consisting of singer-songwriters Nicole McCafferty & Armand Antony. With a background in musical theatre, they have created a unique blend of stylized storytelling over a bed of catchy pop country.
About Maddie Corinne: Maddie Corinne is a Pickering-based singer-songwriter that eats, sleeps, and breathes country music. Her work at a family-owned farm has helped her lay down her roots, find a home, and give live performance opportunities to local artists with the perfect outdoor country music venue.