‘Tis The Season To Be Woolly: 16 Awesome Music Themed Christmas Jumpers

Christmas jumpers are no longer a novelty – every bugger’s got one! Ah, but we know how you can stand out AND wear your musical allegiance at the same time. Plus, these 16 music-themed Christmas jumpers are ideal conversation staters at the awkward work Christmas party. Bonus!

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A man's needs... include a Cribs jumper. Women need them too. Your dog might want one. Listen, everyone should salute Wakefield's finest indie-pop trio with this festive effort.

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The 1972 song 'Snow Blind' is Black Sabbath's ode to cocaine, but you can wear it while watching 'The Two Ronnies' with your nan.

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Wake me up when December ends. This festive knit comes courtesy of Californian pop-punk trio Green Day and if you're wondering what to get singer Billie Joe for Christmas, he's still looking for that fourth chord.

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Guns N' Roses stars Axl Rose and Slash have been at loggerheads for years. Perhaps they'll put their differences aside and toast a couple of marshmallows by the fireside together, each wearing this jumper emblazoned with guns and skulls.

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Someone needs to explain to Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme who Santa is, because he's not a candy-loving extraterrestrial who chills on a mushroom.

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Rock this sweater along with a devilock – the hairstyle invented by Misfits star Jerry Only, whereby your fringe is a pointed dagger that obscures your face – and have yourself a punky little Christmas.

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Hells bells! Slip on this festive AC/DC knit and you're back in black.

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The singer-songwriter Ryan Adams gifted us with an album of Taylor Swift covers earlier this year. Who knows what he'll take aim at in 2016.

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This jumper pays homage to the teenage Japanese metal trio Babymetal. Wondering what they want for Christmas? A clue: they released a single called 'Gimme Chocolate!!"

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Texan heavy metallers Pantera have a song called 'Psycho Holiday', a term that probably also applies to their Christmas plans.
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