EA Sports has released the soundtrack for FIFA 17, and it is loaded with rock, EDM, hip-hop, and folk-pop. Other genres are represented as well. FIFA soundtracks have always been known for their eclectic and diverse nature. It looks like the FIFA 17 edition is no exception. 15 countries are represented by over 50 tracks produced by international music superstars and upcoming artists.
Players can expect debut tracks from Beck, Kasabian, Bishop Briggs, Cici Bastida and Aloe Blacc, Capital Cities, Sofi Tukker, Souls, Systema Solar, Barns Courtney, HUNTAR, and other artists.
Two Door Cinema Club, Kygo, Bastille, Phantogram, Declan McKenna, Zhu, and Glass Animals are also featured, alongside breakthrough artists like Bob Moses, Skott, KAMAU, and LOYAL.
Paul Kalkbrenner and Zedd & Grey have produced tracks exclusively for FIFA 17.
The Journey, FIFA 17’s RPG-style career mode, is going to be scored by Atticus Ross, a co-producer of Nine Inch Nails and co-composer of films like The Social Network—which won an Oscar for Best Original Score. The Journey follows the rise of budding superstar Alex Hunter, and it looks like this dramatic experience will be enhanced by the up-tempo, emotionally resonate style that Ross is known for. This should be good.
Lastly, several artists and bands have designed their own kits for FIFA Ultimate Team Kits. Kygo, Kasabian, Zedd, Major Lazer, and Damian Marley have all contributed a unique football jersey to the game. You can check out their designs here.
FIFA 17’s full soundtrack is now available on Spotify. It is definitely another solid offering from EA.
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