Faith Hill and Tim McGraw perform onstage at the 51st annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 8, 2017 in Nashville. Rick Diamond/Getty Images

Traveling for Thanksgiving and need some new music to listen to to help pass the time? Luckily, there’s a lot of new songs out just before the holiday.

Not only will they help you pass the time, but they’ll also work to help you enjoy it as well.

Here’s the new music you should be checking out this weekend.

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill - “Love Me to Lie”

In their first collaborative album, “The Rest of our Lives,” which dropped on Friday, the couple create a unique country music experience. It’s a glimpse into their marriage and their lives together, and it’s a look back on their years of country music-making experience. “Love Me to Lie” is an emotional rollercoaster of a song.

Aly & AJ - “The Distance”

The singing sister duo released their first project as Aly & AJ in 10 years on Friday, which was aptly titled “Ten Years.” It’s a four-song EP that shows off their new indie-pop vibe, which showcases both their musical maturity and their ability to convey through song where they are now with their lives. “The Distance” is a great, simple track that proves that age-old phrase “less is more.”

Steve Aoki feat. Lauren Jauregui - “All Night”

Jauregui’s new solo single is further proof that any Fifth Harmony member has the skills to go at it alone. A little 5H music and a little solo music is a perfect mix to give fans both the beautiful mixed harmonies, as well as unique solo jams, like this one, which shows off Jauregui’s flair.

Luis Fonsi feat. Demi Lovato - “Échame La Culpa”

The “Sorry Not Sorry” singer teased last month that she might have a Spanish collaboration song in the works, but didn’t share much, until this week when she announced this track. Now that it’s here, it’s clear that this Fonsi collaboration was worth the wait.

Nick Lachey - “Someone to Dance With”

With 98 Degrees back with a Christmas album, fans were happy enough, but now Lachey has dropped a new solo single years after his last one. It brings the same smooth, pretty sound that his songs always have, and reminds people why it’s been sad that he hasn’t released much solo music recently. A few lines at the start sound like a Third Eye Blind track, but the rest sounds all Lachey.

Jessie J - “Queen”

The vocalist just dropped an inspirational anthem for women everywhere. She calls for people to learn to love their bodies because all women are goddesses and should treat themselves as such. It also helps that this moral lives inside of a beautifully-sung song.

Katharine McPhee - “All the Way”

Her fifth album, and first on BMG’s label, “I Fall In Love Too Easily” is a beautiful collection of romantic jazz tunes that do nothing but fill the soul with beauty, love and emotion. “All the Way” is the first song on the album and the listener’s entrance into McPhee’s new sound, which only proves that she’s able to sing in any genre.

Hunter Hayes - “More”

This new era of Hunter Hayes is a breath of fresh country air. First with “Rescue,” then even more with “You Should Be Loved” and now with “More.” Each song is different, but all special. “More” is just the latest example that Hayes isn’t messing around and he knows what he’s doing on this new musical venture of his.

Sia - “Candy Cane Lane”

Sia released her Christmas album, “Everyday is Christmas,” on Friday and it’s the perfect answer for those who want to be festive and listen to Christmas music all the time, but are a little tired of constantly listening to the classics. This song, especially, is simply a treat.