Fantasy Premier League: Playlist celebrates big new Sounds


This week Fantasy Premier League celebrates some of the big new sounds dominating top-flight stadium’s matchday playlists, including the storming ‘Take It Up’ by Wilkinson & Sub Focus, Camelphat’s reworking of the Fatboy Slim classic ‘Right Here, Right Now’ and Perfecto Allstarz’s ‘Reach Up’ 2018 version .

These big sounds kick-off the refreshed FPL soundtrack, alongside the hottest releases from Liverpool fan Yungen, Arsenal supporter Jess Glynne, Spurs fanatic Wiley and Man Utd & Spurs champions, The Vaccines.

Sitting alongside ’This Is Premier League’ (the official Premier League anthem) – which has been streamed over 395,000 times since it was launched at the start of the campaign – these additions are also joined by new music from Charlie Puth, RedFaces, Kylie, OUTLYA, The Chainsmokers, Duke Dumont and The Slow Readers Club.

So whether you’re backing Liverpool’s forwards to run riot against Watford, or Stoke City’s players to put in a much needed performance against Everton, press play below and feel the motivational power as you head into Gameweek 31.

Working alongside Shoot Music, the Premier League have brought the beautiful game and music together for the 2017/18 season. Every Friday, brand new releases and fresh sounds from artists who love the Premier League will be added to the FPL playlist.

Additionally, the Premier League has launched three other Spotify playlists – Premier League Music (#PLMusic), 25 Seasons (#PL25), and, most recently, Premier League Training – all of which offer soundtrack the greatest league in the world in a variety of ways.

These unique playlists represent Premier League brand values – Ambitious, Inspiring, Connected and Fair. These reflect the bold and invigorating nature of Premier League football, combining brand new music artist releases with the contemporary sounds of the season.


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