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​FIFA 19 Soundtrack Revealed, Full Playlist On Spotify Now

​FIFA 19 Soundtrack Revealed, Full Playlist On Spotify Now

Although footballers and goalposts are a necessary part of FIFA, the football franchise wouldn't be the same without it's equally important soundtrack.

No, not all songs will cater to everyone's taste, but by the end of each FIFA game there's no doubt you'll be singing along to each track, whether you like it or not.

Hell, I can still remember most of the FIFA 2004 playlist. Kasabian's L.S.F, Kings of Leon's Red Morning Light, and, of course, Ceasers Jerk It Out were some of the best, and every time I hear them all I can picture is Thiery Henry (he was on the box art).

Credit: EA Sports
Credit: EA Sports

Anyway, in build to the upcoming FIFA 19 release, EA Sports has revealed the new game's soundtrack - and it's got quite the selection of artists. From Gorillaz to Childish Gambino and Bugzy Malone to Yolanda Be Cool, there's something for everyone. Here's the full list:

'Beautiful People' - Andreya Triana (UK)
'Island Life' - Atomic Drum Assembly (UK)
'Big Dreams' - Bakar (UK)
'Jackie Chan' - Bantu & Dr. Chaii (Zimbabwe)
'Tribe' - Bas feat. J Cole (USA)
'Take It Easy' - BC Unidos feat. U.S. Girls, Ledinsky (Sweden)
'It's Not This' - Bearson feat. Lemaitre, Josh Pan (Norway)
'you should see me in a crown' - Billie Eilish (USA)
'Heaven Only Knows' - Bob Moses (Canada)
'Peach' - Broods (New Zealand)
'Ordinary People' - Bugzy Malone (UK)
'Feels Like Summer' - Childish Gambino (USA)
'Out The Window' - Confidence Man (Australia)
'City Looks Pretty' - Courtney Barnett (Australia)
'Another Level' - Crystal Fighters (UK, Spain)
'Gold Rush' - Death Cab For Cutie (USA)
'Pockets' - Easy Life (UK)
'Habibi' - Ghali (Italy)
'Losing You' - Gizmo Varillas & Baio (Spain, USA)
'Sorcererz' - Gorillaz (UK)
'Everytime I Run' - Husky Loops feat. MEI, Count Counsellor (UK)

'Love Ain't Enough' - Jacob Banks (UK)
'Beat 54 (All Good Now)' - Jungle (UK)
'Water' - Kojey Radical feat. Mahalia, Swindle (UK)
'Porro Maracatu (TOY SELECTAH Remix)' - LADAMA (Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, USA)
'Pa'lante' - Lao Ra (Colombia)
'Warm It Up' - Logic feat. Young Sinatra (USA)
'Genius' - LSD (Labrinth, Sia, Diplo) (USA)
'Violet City' - Mansionair (Australia)
'Consistent' - No/Me (USA)
'Drama' - NoMBe feat. Big Data (Germany, USA)
'Tom & Jerry' - Ocean Wisdom (UK)
'Lightning' - Octavian (UK)
'It Makes You Forget (Itgehane) - Peggy Gou (South Korea)
'Play God' - Sam Fender (UK)
'Truth Is' - Stealth (UK)
'Where No One Knows Your Name' - Stereo Honey (UK)
'Blue Light' - SUN SILVA (UK)
'Good To Be Home' - Tom Misch feat. Loyle Carner, Barney Artist, Rebel Kleff (UK)
'Sway' - Tove Styrke (Sweden)
'1000 Opera Singers Working In Starbucks' - Wovoka Gentle (UK)
'Musika' - Yolanda Be Cool feat. Kwanzaa Posse (Australia, South Africa)
'Border Girl' - Young Fathers (Scotland)

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So, what do you think? Not a bad lineup at all, and you can enjoy them now through a dedicated FIFA Spotify playlist - but that's not all...

To come alongside the soundtrack, EA Sports has thrown in a bunch of artist themed kits for the Ultimate Team mode. They'll be offered as a pre-order bonus to players who purchased the game early but, don't worry if you didn't, players can also unlock them in the Ultimate Team catalogue further down the line.

Credit: EA Sports
Credit: EA Sports

Do you like this soundtrack? Which are your favourite ever FIFA songs? Will you be playing FIFA 19? Make sure you let us know.

FIFA 19 releases on 28 September for Xbox One, PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox 360, and PS3.

All the details about what to expect to the game is here.

Featured Image Credit: EA Sports

Topics: Entertainment, FIFA 19, EA Sports, Technology, Spotify

Matthew McGladdery

Matthew McGladdery graduated with a BA in Broadcast Journalism from Salford University, where he worked at Revolution 96.2, Global Radio, and Fleetwood F.C. When he left university, he took on the role of co-editor for the Salfordian and worked as freelancer for the likes of BBC Sport. He continues to work in sport but loves talking all things Xbox, PS4, and PC just as much.