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CS Survival Kit - Manger (Christmas)



CS Survival Kit - Manger
CS Survival Kit has released a Christian Christmas (CCM) track called 'Manger'.

There are many people who spend time thinking about what Christmas is all about this year. Take some time this year, as you celebrate everything you have, to think about what Christmas means to you. CS Survival Kit has put together this Christmas tune in the form of a melancholy ballad, as they examine the holiday, its significance, and their place in it all.

About CS Survival Kit:
CS Survival Kit is a Maine-based artist collective creating music, lyric, and art in pursuit to rekindle light, warmth, and community in a world that’s often far too cold.

'CS' stands for 'Cold Soul' and also tips the hat to author CS Lewis - a man who masterfully embedded truth within art, layer by layer, as CS Survival Kit seeks to do. CS Survival Kit was founded by Douglas Elder after completing his tenure as singer and guitarist for The Wrecking.

Other contributing CS Survival Kit members include:

  • Michael Jones
  • Joe Camp
  • Patrick Arnold
  • Charles Ellingwood

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You can listen to the track on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/1vPzn4dt1hwQ9FByuzHA0k

Here is a link to the video on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neKQ4xRMAKE

Would you like to hear more Christmas music? We have over 10 hours of Christian Christmas music for you in a weekly refreshed playlist on Spotify, Deezer, and YouTube:

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