We are music people.
Ryan, especially, but me and the kids, too. If we’re home, its very likely that there will be music on in the house.
When we moved in to our new house, there were a few weeks where we had no idea where anything was. Our speakers were buried in the mess and it was a happy day when they came out! Adding music made it feel more like home.
We use Sonos throughout the house and couldn’t be happier.
In our old house we had two in the living room and one in the kitchen.
You can just barely see the white speakers on the bookshelves, which is pleasing to my design eye.
In the new house we’re still figuring out where the speakers should go so they are randomly scattered throughout the family room and kitchen. Sonos was having a black friday sale and my darling husband just couldn’t resist getting two more. I didn’t complain :)
Music playing in the house just does something to the mood. Lately, it’s been non-stop Christmas music.
I thought it would be fun to share a few of my favorite Christmas albums that have been playing on repeat since Thanksgiving.
First up, Christy Nockels’ new Christmas album called The Thrill of Hope.
I listen to her podcast and in the more recent episodes, she has told the story of different songs and it makes listening even more meaningful.
If you are not familiar, Pentatonix is an accapella group that does covers of songs and sound amazing. I especially love their version of Hallelujah and this video is so gorgeous:
I just bought Matt Redman’s new Christmas album, These Christmas Lights.
It has a very worshippy feel, which I love.
You all know my love of Lauren Daigle. When I heard she released a new christmas album this fall, I was first in line.
It is moody and jazzy and the perfect music to play in the background at your Christmas parties this year. Have a listen to my favorite song:
And then of course there is the classic of all classics (at least for this child of the 80’s), Amy Grant. All of her records (because they were called records back then). Every single song. I love them all, but especially her first one, A Christmas Album.
Although, this one is a very close second.
Those are my favorites this year. I was surprised at how many new albums came out this fall and I fell hard for each one.
Do you have any favorite songs/artists/albums that play on repeat in your household?