Christmas, with Love is a Christmas album and the fourth studio album by English singer Leona Lewis. It was released on 29 November 2013, by Syco Music and RCA Records. Work on the album began in February 2013, during which Lewis began writing "immediately" after the release of her less-commercially successful album Glassheart (2012). In June 2013, it was revealed (and later confirmed) that Lewis' fourth studio album would be a Christmas album, based on the recommendation of Syco boss Simon Cowell. Lewis enlisted two producers for the album: Richard "Biff" Stannard and Ash Howes, with Lewis herself contributing to the album's production. This is Lewis' first album to be released in North America since 2009's Echo, as her 2012 album, Glassheart was not released there.
Upon release, Christmas, with Love was met with positive reviews from critics, praising the album's original songs. Other critics noted the album as "one of the best modern Christmas albums in memory." Initially, the album charted at twenty five in the United Kingdom; the following week, the album rose to number thirteen on the chart becoming Lewis' lowest-charting album to date. However, it was certified Gold by the BPI for shipments of 100,000 copies within four weeks of its release, and has since become the thirteenth best selling Christmas album in the United Kingdom as of December 2016. In 2018, the OCC recognised the album on the Official Top 20 biggest Christmas albums of the century list.
The album was preceded by one single "One More Sleep", which was released on 5 November 2013 and debuted at number 34 on the UK Charts. It peaked at number 3 on the UK singles chart. In 2018, One More Sleep was recognised to be one of the biggest Christmas songs in the UK, by the OCC. Furthermore, One More Sleep is certified Platinum by the BPI. Moreover, Lewis promoted the album through a large amount of live performances, including the Regent Street Christmas lights switch-on event in London, England and on the tenth series of The X Factor; this led to the song rising to number 3, which in turn made it Lewis' highest-charting single since 2009's "Happy".
On 19 November 2021, the album was repackaged digitally and on vinyl, entitled Christmas, with Love Always, with two new tracks included. Lewis sang songs from the album whilst touring with Gary Barlow during his All The Hits Live Tour. "Kiss Me It's Christmas" featuring Ne-Yo was one of the new tracks recorded and was released as a single digitally in November 2021.
In November–December 2022, Lewis is scheduled to promote the album by headlining a UK tour called Christmas, with Love Tour.
Label: Sony Music 19439934131
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
A1 One More Sleep
A2 Winter Wonderland
A3 White Christmas
A4 Your Hallelujah
A5 Christmas (Please Come Home)
A6 Mr Right
B1 O Holy Night
B2 I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday
B3 Ave Maria
B4 Silent Night
B5 Kiss Me It's Christmas
B6 If I Can't Have You