And it draws inspiration from one of our fave Christmas movies.
Teaming up once again, the Irish Women in Harmony released their festive charity single last night. A community of dozens of Irish women in music, they first rose to fame back in the summer with their stunning rendition of the Cranberries song Dreams.
Fundraising for Safe Ireland - the national social change agency working to end domestic abuse and coercive control in Ireland - the track helped to raise thousands of euros in donations for the charity, with it quickly becoming the most downloaded song by an Irish act so far this year.
Hoping to mirror the success of their first project, the group have now collaborated on another single - this one a Christmas original with all proceeds going to The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC).
Putting a call out for young Irish girls to get involved in the project, both the song and the supporting music video were officially released last night and I think it's safe to say that they've absolutely nailed it. Using lyrics from other famous Christmas songs, the video also draws inspiration from one of our fave festive movies (Love Actually, obviously).
And for the real cherry on top? We'll all be treated to a live performance of the new single on tonight's Late Late Show so tune in from 9:35pm to catch some of the Irish Women in Harmony group members doing their thing.