Four new tracks inject fresh sound into Premier League Training Playlist

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Four brand new Cool Cut chart breakers provide this week’s #MondayMotivation after landing on the Premier League Training playlist following a gripping Matchweek 13.

The summer smash ‘17‘ by MK is one of the latest additions, along with Gorgon City‘s remix of the London Grammar favourite ‘Hell to the Liars‘, ‘Uh Oh‘ by Somewhere Else, plus ‘Fern Guilty‘ by A-Trak & Baauer.

Published every Monday, this Premier League playlist marks the start of a new week for clubs and supporters following an action-packed round of fixtures.

Featuring selections from music industry tastemaker DJ’s and the Cool Cuts chart, with a track range of 120-130 BPM, the soundtrack is designed for multi-training activities and represents some of the finest new sounds from the best dance labels such as 3 Beat, Defected, FFRR, Ram, Skint, Loaded, Ninja, Virgin EMI, New State, and All Around The World.

So whether you’re a Premier League footballer preparing for the next big match, or a supporter aiming for a healthier lifestyle, this soundtrack offers all the #MondayMotivation you’ll need to attack a new week.

Working alongside Shoot Music, the Premier League has really brought the beautiful game and music together this season, launching three other Spotify playlists – Premier League Music (#PLMusic), Fantasy Premier League (#FPL) and 25 Seasons(#PL25) – to soundtrack the weekend’s matches, the world’s favourite fantasy football game, and celebrate a quarter-of-a-century of the best league in the world.

Representing Premier League brand values – Ambitious, Inspiring, Connected and Fair – these unique playlists 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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