We haven't even reached Thanksgiving yet, but we're already buying presents, planning ugly sweater parties and putting up our trees. It's almost that time of the year, and holiday spirit is in the air amongst all the L.A. smog.
To get us even more amped for the holidays, a capella group Pentatonix released its video for "That's Christmas to Me," and it captures the meaning of Christmas perfectly. No, there aren't five guys riding Santa's magical sleigh or a young woman frolicking in the snow with Santa, like in the historic music videos that came before it.
Instead, the five-pice sits on a couch on a set occupied by a large Christmas tree, presents, lights, stockings and more. As they sing, we're treated with home video footage of each of the members' Christmases as young children, giving us all the feels! Check it out above.
Of course, nothing quite compares to 'NSYNC's video for "Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays," which will forever and ever always be a CLASSIC, but still, "That's Christmas to Me" is pretty great.
The group's holiday album, That's Christmas to Me, is available now. You catch Pentatonix at the The Grove during 'A Hollywood Christmas' on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014.