Bah & the Humbugs, "America's Premier Satiric Christmas Rock Band," have released two new songs for 2021. In "Red-Nose Heroes" Santa Claus needs the help of a bioluminescent crew member in order to have a safe flight on Christmas Eve. "Sleigh Riders" reveals what the elves do with the sleigh in the off-season.
Christmas Eve 2021: Bah & the Humbugs return with another annual podcast. North Pole Supply Chain Gang is the story of Santa Claus’s workshop management team struggling to deliver a normal Christmas in the face of extraordinary supply chain issues. Includes the new Humbugs songs "Red-Nose Heroes" and "Sleigh Riders," and Humbugs classics "Snow Day," "My Psychic Reindeer," and "The Elves are Restless." Listen to the podcast, and download the new songs as standalone mp3 files at the 2021 podcast page.
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Bah & the Humbugs have been ruining the holiday season in their own inimitable idiom since 1985, an astonishing 37 years of infesting the season with acerbic Christmas humor! During this same time period, 56 glaciers have melted away, 2,578,911 stars have been named, you have started and failed to finish watching 1,489 sitcom episodes, personal hoverboards were invented, and the guy who annoyed you on the subway with his cassette Walkman is now the guy who annoys you with his Baby Yoda backpack and Tiktok dances. Through it all, Bah & the Humbugs remain a constant presence, warming your ears like a pair of well-worn and beloved satiric earmuffs.
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