SIA has released a Christmas video for a new song

SIA has released a Christmas video for a new song

SIA has released a Christmas video for a new song

Sophia Lillis, Wyatt Oleff & Caleb McLaughlin are among the newest stars starring in Sia's latest Christmas music video for Santa's Coming For Us. And, in true Sia fashion, the pop star is nowhere to be seen throughout the entire video!

The rather ominously-titled yuletide offering features real life couple Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell hosting a kicking Christmas party, with the young trio playing their children.

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Watch the stars deck the halls in the video, above.

All My Children stalwart Susan Lucci plays the granny, while Def Comedy Jam and Curb Your Enthusiasm supremo JB Smoove makes an appearance as Old Saint Nick himself.

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"Santa's Coming For Us" is the lead single off of Sia's brand new holiday album Everyday Is Christmas, which also features songs like "Candy Cane Lane", "Ho Ho Ho", and "Puppies Are Forever". "There's obviously the classics and stuff, but anything new, I wasn't vibing that much on it" (via Billboard).

No matter how Sia came to write and record Everyday Is Christmas, we're sure glad she did. So in the holiday spirit was she that they got the 10-track album fully recorded within two weeks.

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