It is now that most wonderful time of the year, and with that comes great music. Even though it is always great to listen to the classics, it can be hard to find so new Christmas music worth listening to.

Sia’s Album cover for Everyday is Christmas featuring Maddie Ziegler

 According to, Sia said, “I thought we had a bit of a shortage of good Christmas music. There’s obviously the classics and stuff, but anything new, I wasn’t vibing that much on it.” She just released her latest album Everyday is Christmas on Nov. 17, and it contains brand new music including “Snowman.” The song is a ballad serenading a snowman that she would never leave him, especially on Christmas. “Puppies are Forever,” another track on the album, is a song spreading awareness about how puppies aren’t just for Christmas, and they need love when they are especially old. This album also contains the pre-released track “Santa’s Coming For Us.”

Lindsey Stirling’s album cover for Warmer in the Winter

 Lindsey Stirling, violinist and composer, has been famous for her ability to combine orchestra and electronic. She released her fourth studio album, Warmer in the Winter, on Oct. 20 which starts off with the “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy.” As you go deeper into the album, the electronic grove begins to dissipate, and the music begins to turn into jazz. Her best jazz song on the album would be “Jingle Bell Rock,” which features her on her violin doing melody and solos with the accompaniment of a jazz band. The album features many different artists like Sabrina Carpenter on “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch,” Becky G on “Christmas C’mon,” and Trombone Shorty on “Warmer in the Winter.”

Pentatonix’s cover for A Pentatonix Christmas Deluxe

 Pentatonix released A Pentatonix Christmas last year but recently released a deluxe edition with five new songs. These songs include new modern a cappella arrangements of Christmas classics like “Deck the Halls” and “Away in the Manger” while also featuring Jennifer Hudson on “How Great Thou Art;” the String Mob added an orchestral instrumental to their hit arrangement “Hallelujah.” The deluxe edition also features a new member of the group named Matt Sallee, who is taking over for past member Avi Kaplan. Once Matt auditioned for the group he said, “I landed in Los Angeles on Sept. 15 and recorded two songs the next morning.”

Music from all of the albums are down below.



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