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    Listen: The Staves Release New Holiday Classic, "Home Alone, Too"

    The English trio The Staves—Emily, Jessica, and Camilla Staveley-Taylor—offer their contribution to the holiday-song canon with the just-released new song, "Home Alone, Too," in which the festive-jumper-festooned sisters dare to ask: "Are you watching Home Alone, too?" You can listen to the song below via YouTube and on Spotify and Apple Music and download it today on iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store to add to your favorite holiday playlist.

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The English trio The Staves offer their contribution to the holiday-song canon with the just-released new song, "Home Alone, Too," in which the festive-jumper-festooned sisters dare to ask: "Are you watching Home Alone, too?" You can listen to the song here via YouTube and on Spotify and Apple Music and download it on iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store to add to your favorite holiday playlist.

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The English trio The Staves—Emily, Jessica, and Camilla Staveley-Taylor—offer their contribution to the holiday-song canon with the just-released new song, "Home Alone, Too," in which the festive-jumper-festooned sisters dare to ask: "Are you watching Home Alone, too?" You can listen to the song below via YouTube and on Spotify and Apple Music and download it today on iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store to add to your favorite holiday playlist.

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