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Christmas Music from Eustace the Dragon

Our friends Eustace the Dragon just released a second Christmas EP that we wanted to share with you. You can find the latest Christmas EP here, and you can find last year’s EP here. Merry Christmas friends!

Here’s a track to give you a little taste of the music:

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