With everyone putting out Christmas songs, Thirtyseven did not want to be left out of the action. Today, they’re releasing a cover of a punk rock Christmas classic, “Oi To The World,” released by The Vandals in 1996. Thirtyseven, you’re just in time for Christmas.

Moses Campos spoke exclusively to HM about the cover.

I enjoy covering a song I’ve heard for so many years and that’s still awesome to hear today. Not many people have heard the original, so I hope it shares an older band with people that would never had heard the original song.

You can also watch the original.

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