So we've all seen the latest John Lewis Christmas advert and instantly fallen in love with Bounce the Boxer, but now we need that majestic version of 'One Day I'll Fly Away' on our playlists.
Well you're in luck, because Vaults have released their soaring rendition of the jazz classic in full on iTunes and across streaming services. You can listen to it below.
Despite being a London electro band first and foremost, Vaults have kept the drama of the original 'One Day I'll Fly Away' and added the kind of rousing strings that are perfect for a festive feel.
This has every chance of being the Christmas No.1 this year.
It's a cover of Randy Crawford's '80s track of the same title, and has since also been covered by the likes of Nicole Kidman (for Moulin Rouge) and Girls Aloud's Kimberley Walsh.
Vaults have previously featured on the soundtrack for Fifty Shades of Grey with 'One Last Night' but are yet to release an album.
They have released two EPs, though. 2014's 'Vultures' and 2015's 'Cry No More'.
'One Day I'll Fly Away' joins a long line of chart-friendly John Lewis Christmas singles, which includes last year's 'Half The World Away' by Aurora.
Before that, Lily Allen took on Keane's 'Somewhere Only We Know', Ellie Goulding did Elton John's 'Your Song', Tom Odell covered The Beatles' 'Real Love' and Gabrielle Aplin owned the charts with 'The Power Of Love'.
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