There’s a classic Xmas hit where a load of stoned looking hippy ice wizards sing and carol about wishing it could be Christmas everyday.

Sure it’s a feel-good festive tune that gets you in the mood for Crimbo, but have you ever stopped to think what it’d actually be like if Xmas really did happen every day?

You’d feel like you were trapped in some perpetual nightmare, a never-ending Groundhog Day of stuffing your face with overrated food (turkey is naff, don’t @ me), spending time with people you can’t really stand and falling out over Monopoly.

You’d be fat, tired, skint, and you’d probably end up murdering half your family, which is exactly why I’m fine with celebrating Christmas just the one day a year.

Some people, however, can’t get enough of Christmas, and play the likes of “All I Want for Christmas Is You” in early November.

We have someone who does it in the office at work, and let me tell you, these people are sadists; villainous dementors who want nothing more than to suck all the fun out of the world.

If this sounds like you you’ve come to the right place because the Hallmark Channel is launching a Christmas radio station dedicated to banging out the holiday classics 24/7.

They’re teaming up with Sirius XM station to bring you the channel which is part of the network’s “Countdown to Christmas” campaign featuring the network’s lineup of holiday-themed movies.

It’s going live on 1st November and will be accessible until December 29th via satellite on channel 70, the SiriusXM app on smartphones, and other connected devices, as well as online at siriusxm.com.ut for all ma UK peoples.

Check out the promo below:

The channel will be voiced by Fuller House actress Candace Cameron Bure. Music will also be introduced throughout the lead up to the big day by a number of special guests including LeAnn Rimes, Holly Robinson Peete, Lacey Chabert, Danica McKellar, Kellie Pickler and more.

It’s quite literally my idea of hell.

Having said that I do enjoy the odd Christmas song; Jona Lewie – “Stop The Cavalry”, Chris Rea – “Driving Home For Christmas” and Paul McCartney – “Wonderful Christmas Time” are objectively the three best holiday hits.

(If I had to rank them I’d go McCartney, Lewie, Rea, but hey, that’s just me.)

I guess this channel is for the same people who put their Christmas tree up in late November.

Apparently my girlfriend does that too (we’ve not been together long) but given that it’s cuffing season I’ll just deal with it until April when she’s not my problem anymore.

She doesn’t read my articles.

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