Over the festive period, Express has been bringing you a series of original songs and covers from across the island's diverse music scene - today, we have something a little different.
Foolish Things are a Jersey-based vocal harmony duo featuring guitar and a double-bass called Arnie.
The group is made up of Arthur Parkes and Mia Mannion, each professional musicians of many years, both solo and together.
Formerly known as ‘Expo’, they have worked in the UK, the Channel Islands, Scandinavia, Northern Europe and extensively in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Bahrain and Damascus as the resident band in Sheraton, Novotel and Holiday Inn hotels.
The original track they're performing for Express today - 'The Last Time It Snowed At Christmas' - was first written a few years ago.
According to Mia, it is "unashamedly a hark back to the 1970s, which really had to be the golden era of Christmas songs."
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