Ariel Pink and former Mumford & Sons guitar player Winston Marshall released a Christmas song about Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell.”
The song is titled “Rudolph’s Laptop.”
The single was released on Christmas day on Ariel Pink’s YouTube channel.
The song begins with banjo plucking and bells before opening up to the musician’s infamous style of avant-garde pop-rock.
Ariel Pink sings, “Rudolph, what have you done? They’ve found your laptop, it’s a smoking gun. You’ve ruined Christmas for everyone. Rudolph, what have you done?”
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“Shame on Rudolph. What you have done, you imbecile. Shame on Rudolph. My only son ruined it all,” the catchy tune continues.
The singer does not hold back on making clear what the song is about, busting into “Laptop from hell they called it. Laptop they memory-holed it. Dick pics and crack cocaine — and China and Ukraine.”
The song concludes that “only Big Tech can save Christmas. Only Big Tech can save Christmas. They censored the story Of Rudolph being naughty. Santa will be free again.”
Pink was dropped from his record label for being at the president’s rally on January 6, despite not being involved in the riot at the Capitol.
Marshall was driven out of Mumford & Sons for saying that he enjoyed a book written by journalist Andy Ngo.
After reading Ngo’s book “Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy,” Marshall had tweeted at the writer saying, “Finally had the time to read your important book. You’re a brave man.”
The tweet was met with intense backlash from the left, leading to Marshall announcing his departure from the band in a Medium blog post.
“The only way forward for me is to leave the band. I hope in distancing myself from them I am able to speak my mind without them suffering the consequences. I leave with love in my heart and I wish those three boys nothing but the best. I have no doubt that their stars will shine long into the future. I will continue my work with Hong Kong Link Up and I look forward to new creative projects as well as speaking and writing on a variety of issues, challenging as they may be,” Marshall wrote.
A fan also created their own animated music video of the song: