For over two decades, Justin Vivian Bond and Kenny Mellman performed as Kiki & Herb, an iconic "octogenarian" cabaret act with a complicated, immersive fictional backstory and an unyielding love for kitschy pop songs.

They went from performing at clubs in the Village in the early '90s to headlining Carnegie Hall and getting nominated for a Tony Award. The New Yorker called their act “slashingly funny, psychically unsettling entertainment—part cabaret, part rock and roll, part Victorian melodrama.” They went on hiatus in 2008, only to make their boozy, triumphant return in 2016 with the successful Kiki & Herb: Seeking Asylum! show.

Now, Kiki & Herb are back once again and ready to celebrate the holidays at BAM with typical Kiki & Herb panache. Their show SLEIGH will have a short run from Tuesday, November 30th through Saturday, December 4th.

According to a press release, the duo will perform a number of seasonal songs, including several Christmas songs from their long-out-of-print 2000 album Do You Hear What We Hear; this'll likely be the only place you can hear their cover of Tori Amos’s "Crucify" as part of the "Whose Child is This?" medley.

You can get ticket info for the shows here.

This of course isn't Kiki & Herb's first holiday-themed show—way back in 2007, an upstart NYC news, arts and culture publication called Gothamist wrote about their Christmas Show at the Bowery Ballroom, which included an unforgettable medley of "Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer" & "Smells Like Teen Spirit."

In addition to the out-of-print Christmas album, the duo have also released Kiki and Herb Will Die For You, a live recording of their Carnegie Hall show. They garnered the Tony Award nomination for their 2007 show Kiki & Herb: Alive on Broadway and received an Obie Award for their show Kiki & Herb: Jesus Wept.

If you're not overly familiar with the duo's signature cocktail of "boozy banter, pop-culture shmaltz, and claws-out cultural critique," check out the trailer for their 2017 DVD KIKI and HERB, Live at the Knitting Factory below.