Not to be a nudge, but I just want to quickly remind you that "A Stubby's House Christmas 2014" is available for download. All those Christmas day vids kinda pushed it down and out. But it's there. Read all about it.
Frightened Rabbit recorded one of the most classic and influential Indie Christmas songs, "It's Christmas, So We'll Stop". There's been a lot of hand-wringing in the last few years--"Where are the new seasonal standards?" people lament. I've never much worried about it. Because, almost by definition, "standards" of Christmas music are the songs you grew up with, it takes at least twenty years before a new song can even be considered for membership in the club. You may not remember, but there were a good many years when Darlene Love's "(Christmas) Baby Please Come Home" wasn't being played on the radio; now its omnipresent. Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas" wasn't an "instant classic"--there's no such thing, really. What counts is staying power. You can't judge staying power in the first year or two (how many people are still singing "The Macarena"?). Now, 20 years after its release, it's fair to say Mariah's tune is a member in good standing of the seasonal standards club. "Last Christmas", also 20 years on, is there as well; it has proven itself over time (and, believe me, in year one, NOBODY saw that coming). Like Baseball's Hall of Fame, not everybody gets in on the first ballot, either. I still believe the Vince Vance song (with the same title as Mariah's) is destined to be a standard; so far, though, it's just outside that circle.
The entire Indie era isn't 20 years old, yet. So where are the new Christmas classics? We'll know in time. It's the general consensus that Low's "Christmas" album and especially the song "Just Like Christmas" will be among the first of this new class to "make it". "Christmas" was released in 1999, so another 4 or 5 years should tell the tale. It's not hard to imagine some of Sufjan Stevens' holiday songs making the hall of standards in time. And I went through all that because I believe Frightened Rabbit's "It's Christmas, So We'll Stop" is a great candidate as well, but it's only been around since 2007, so we've got a long wait ahead before we'll know.