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  • Writer's pictureKristin Sigmund

New 2022 Music To Brighten Your Holidays

Updated: Dec 28, 2022

As much as we love cozying up to Bing Crosby's "White Christmas" or decking the halls to Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You," some newly-released holiday songs have caught our attention this year. Listen to them below, and let us know what your favorites are!

Lizzo: “Someday at Christmas”

As lyrically poignant as ever, Lizzo covers this Stevie Wonder classic exclusively for Amazon Music, calling it "a friendly reminder to spread love and kindness."

Phoebe Bridgers: “So Much Wine”

Continuing her annual Christmas cover tradition, Bridgers releases a somber take on the Handsome Family's 2000 original.

Remi Wolf: "Last Christmas"

Wolf's bright new cover of this Christmas favorite will have you booking a flight to the nearest beach for a margarita in the sun.

Kurt Vile: "Must Be Santa"

Exclusively part of the Spotify Singles: Holiday Collection, Vile's daughter's provide the backing vocals for his chill cover of Bob Dylan's 2009 hit.

Camilla Cabello: “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”

Cabello lends her Latin flare to Bing Crosby's 1943 holiday classic, showcasing an acoustic guitar and a mariachi-style horn section exclusively for Amazon Music.

Rosie Thomas feat. Sufjan Stevens: “We Should Be Together”

Teaming up with her husband, folk musician, Jeff Shoop, Thomas' new song highlights the bittersweet notes of a Christmas away from loved ones.

Alicia Keys: “December Back 2 June”

A festive, feel-good tune with nostalgic R&B nods, Alicia releases this song and music video as part of her first holiday album, Santa Baby.

Switchfoot: California Christmas

"Bathing suits and 85 degrees," Switchfoot's sunny new song from album, this is our Christmas album, is satisfyingly inspired by The Beach Boys.

Tkay Maidza: “Nights In December”

Inspired by a new relationship and winter in New York City, Maidza's latest song is fun, light, and groovy.

Norah Jones: Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

Jones' relaxed, jazzy take on this timeless Christmas tune from her newest album, I Dream Of Christmas, is everything we needed this year and more.

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