More 2014 Holiday Music Favorites For Any Christmas Party!

Yesterday, we shared a list of some of our favorite holiday new tracks of 2014, and today, we're back with even more favorites that belong on any Christmas playlist this year!holday songs part 2 2014

Let us know which songs you love the most at Sweety High and in the comments at the bottom of the page!

Pentatonix- "Dance Of the Sugar Plum Fairy"

Pentatonix went absolutely nuts this holiday season with incredible a cappella covers, releasing an entire album of Christmas music called That's Christmas To Me. But our absolute favorite this year is their goosebumps-inducing version of "Dance Of the Sugar Plum Fairy." Who else would have even considered a vocal cover of the song?

The Vamps – "Sleighing In the Snow"

The Vamps were also in high holiday spirits this year, releasing a holiday album called Meet the Vamps: Christmas Edition. We love the band's original song "Sleighing In the Snow." This solo version with James McVey on acoustic guitar is unforgettable!

Ariana Grande – "Santa Tell Me"

Christmas is Ariana Grande's favorite time of the year, and she always pays it forward to the fans by releasing  amazing new holiday music! We love her festive original song "Santa Tell Me" and its adorable music video. Ariana goes hand in hand with the holidays!

IM5 – "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" 

IM5 really knows how to put a modern pop spin on an old classic! They've proved it yet again with their new version of "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town," complete with a music video that's all about milk and cookies!

Olivia Holt – "Snowflakes"

Olivia Holt also joined in on the fun for Disney's Playlist Sessions, performing her own original holiday song, "Snowflakes"! The track has a fantastic holiday flavor and really lovely vocals from Olivia, with lyrics about celebrating our differences. It sounds destined to be a holiday hit!

Megan Nicole – "Winter Wonderland"

Megan Nicole's version of "Winter Wonderland" gives the traditional holiday song a rock 'n' roll twist. The music video makes use of ugly sweaters, the unwrapping of holiday gifts, and chugging milk and cookies. It perfectly accompanies holiday festivities that are both naughty and nice!

Little Mix – "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)"

As if we needed any more proof that Little Mix's voices are perfect, the gals released a cover of "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" this month that blew us away. Listen and try to resist! 

McClain – "The Holiday Song"

McClain's original "The Holiday Song" is soulful yet fun, with a lot of holiday magic thrown in! The three sisters  sound totally perfect together, and we love that the song is totally modern with a beat you can really dance to!