- The Nashville band is led by two Australian brothers
- The band's unique approach to their music has made them a popular group
- The pop group focuses on Christian music which has been incredibly successful
Great bands have the ability to transform a song and make it their own, like Jimi Hendrix version of Bob Dylan's 'All along the watchtower' and Nirvana's cover of David Bowie's "Man who sold the world'.
Briefly.co.za discovered that a Christian pop group, For King and Country, have done the same with their version of "The little drummer boy".
The band's core members are Australian brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone who have taken the classic Christmas song and given it a fantastic makeover according to inspiremore.com.
The band pays tribute to the iconic theme of the song with Luke standing alone in the light holding a single drum. He soon starts to play the songs familiar rhythm but as the band joins in the song is performed like never before.
The Nashville-based band utilises soaring melodies, driving rhythms, theatrical instrumentation and personal themes to make their music unique which is exactly what they did with this iconic Christmas song.
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