Holiday original features Hawaii native Jeff Au Hoy on steel guitar; listen here
On Friday, two-time Grammy-nominated band We The Kingdom released a new, holiday original, “Christmas In Hawaii.” The fun-loving, festive track, which is available here, details the laugh-out-loud story of the night Santa’s island deliveries were nearly derailed, due to tropical turbulence with a coconut tree.
“Not sure we have ever been more excited to release a brand-new song,” We The Kingdom said. “We started writing ‘Christmas In Hawaii’ earlier this year as something light-hearted and fun to bring us some much-needed laughter and excitement after coming back into the studio, exhausted from traveling for most of the year. We hope that, as you listen, you will experience a glimpse of the joy and wonder that comes with the Christmas season.”
Making the track all the more special, We The Kingdom is joined by Hawaii native Jeff Au Hoy on steel guitar, celebrating his own heritage through the merry release.
Known for their genre-transcending ability to seamlessly blend elements of rock, country and gospel into their music, We The Kingdom is comprised of brothers Ed Cash and Scott Cash; Ed's children, Franni Rae Cash Cain and Martin Cash; and close family friend Andrew Bergthold. They all came together as musicians during a life-changing Young Life experience. With a name that has become synonymous with dynamic live performances, We The Kingdom will hit the road later this year for their headline “A Family Christmas Tour” with Matt Maher. Fans can purchase tickets to the festive trek and keep up with what’s to come from We The Kingdom by visiting wethekingdom.com.