Calling all Eagles fans! Go and follow Shoot Music‘s Official Crystal Palace Football Club Playlist for all the classic songs and new tracks associated with your Premier League club throughout the 2018-19 season.
New tracks will be uploaded every week, but first up on the playlist are Palace classics like The Jam’s ‘Town Called Malice‘, The White Stripes’ ‘Seven Nation Army‘ and Bob Marley’s ‘Three Little Birds‘, and of course ‘Glad All Over‘ – performed by the 1990 FA Cup final squad.
Also featured are songs from artists that support The Eagles and those who are born and raised in South London, such as The Manor, Shame, Loyle Carner and the legendary David Bowie.
Crystal Palace players have had an input too, selecting Eminem’s ‘Lose Yourself‘ and cult classic ‘Eye of the Tiger‘ by Survivor.
The Official Crystal Palace FC Playlist will be updated before every home fixture, with The Eagles set to welcome Southampton to Selhurst Park on Saturday (15:00) in the Premier League.
After an impressive turnaround under manager Roy Hodgson last term, Palace are hoping to improve upon last season’s 11th placed finish.
The Eagles started the 2018-19 campaign positively, defeating newly promoted Fulham 2-0 at Craven Cottage thanks to goals from Jeffrey Schlupp and star man Wilfried Zaha.
Unfortunately for those at Selhurst Park, back-to-back losses to Liverpool and Watford have followed in the English top-flight, as Palace have slipped down to tenth place in the league table after three games.
The Official Palace Playlist is now available on Spotify, Apple Music & Deezer
— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) August 20, 2018
On Tuesday night, Hodgson‘s men got back to winning ways, narrowly defeating Championship club Swansea City 1-0 at the Liberty Stadium in the Carabao Cup, thanks to Alexander Sorloth‘s first goal for the club, giving Palace confidence heading into Saturday’s Premier League game against Southampton.
Back Palace with the club’s official music playlist!
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