Shenandoah have released a brand-new Christmas project. Their six-track EP, 'Christmas Comes Alive,' is available now on iTunes.

Their latest project comes on the heels of the announcement that the band's lead singer, Marty Raybon, has rejoined the legendary group.

“We were not a band that broke up because of dissension,” Raybon explains. “We had our disagreements, as partners do in a business relationship, [but] we were then and remain to be friends. Returning to the band had actually been talked about on several different occasions throughout the years."

The award-winning group, who soared to the top of the charts 25 years ago with hits like 'The Church on Cumberland Road' and 'Next To You, Next to Me,' have embarked on a reunion tour and are working on a new studio album.

“I’ve always been truly proud of what we accomplished … the songs we recorded, the way they moved people. For years, all of us have heard what those tunes, those stories, meant to folks. We feel there is more to be said,” Raybon adds. “So it’s time to reload and fulfill the request of fans who want to see us back together.”

Shenandoah will head to Florida and Alabama in January. A list of all of their upcoming concerts can be found here.

See a track listing for 'Christmas Comes Alive' below. A physical CD will be available around Dec. 1, but the project is available for download now here.

Shenandoah, 'Christmas Comes Alive' EP Track Listing:

1. 'Mary Had a Little Lamb'
2.  'Christmas Comes Alive'
3. 'The First Noel'
4. 'Good Ole Fashioned Christmas'
5. 'The Family Tree'
6. 'Lullabies in Bethlehem'