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Happy holidays! While you were busy hanging out with your family, opening presents and eating way too much food on Christmas day, here at AP, we were busy scanning social media, looking out for how your favorite bands were getting festive this year. Check out posts from dozens of artists below, including the likes of Green Day, Hayley Williams and Waterparks!
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Just look at little Lynn G.
Williams had a very goth Christmas this year.
Congratulations on the one-year-anniversary of your engagement, Pitts!
Christmas couple goals.
hello twitter this is how my nite is going pic.twitter.com/9m8dGaRijY
— lil aaron (@lilaaron911) December 26, 2017
If you follow Lil Aaron on social media (and if you don’t, you really should), you’ll know this isn’t anything out of the ordinary.
MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM UR MOST HURTFUL PALS AKA US + THE CREW (LUCAS/BECCA IDK YOUR HANDLES IM SORRY I LOOKED) pic.twitter.com/d7DYLUPsvV
— WATERPARKS (@waterparks) December 25, 2017
HENRY COX, BOSTON MANOR
This year we’re playing a game where you have to bowl at cardboard cut outs of all our dead pets. My family are dead weird pic.twitter.com/f1r6NeAOvF
— Henry Cox (@demgreens) December 25, 2017
Things got pretty weird in the Cox household this Christmas…
Merry Christmas from your friends The Maine!!!! pic.twitter.com/yQJo8p2w6v
— The Maine (@themaine) December 25, 2017
Merry Christmas from the Empire! pic.twitter.com/wYseHBZ0Y5
— Galactic Empire (@GalacticEmpire8) December 25, 2017
The force was strong with Galactic Empire’s Christmas tree.
Turns out singing isn’t the only thing Quinn’s pretty good at.
BETH COSENTINO, BEST COAST
That’s one big snowman!
“Have you been good boys this year?”
Remember, kids: A dog isn’t just for Christmas; it’s for life.
P.S. How cute is Oskar?!