All the songs in Ted Lasso season 2, episode 11, Midnight Train to Royston

Ted Lasso season 2, episode 11 on Apple TV+Image credit: Apple TV+
Ted Lasso season 2, episode 11 on Apple TV+Image credit: Apple TV+ /

Ted Lasso has once again hacked into my nostalgic playlist! Ready to add more songs to your playlist? We list the songs featured in Ted Lasso season 2 episode 11, below.

When it comes to the tunes featured in the Apple TV+ series, “Beard After Hours” is still one of my favorite episodes thanks to “Fit But You Know It” by The Streets, “Hello” by Martin Solveig and Dragonette, Queen, and more! But how can you resist “Never Gonna Give You Up” by Rick Astley in “No Weddings and a Funeral“?

Did episode 11, “Midnight Train to Royston,” take the new winning spot? I’m not sure! Can it all be a tie? I do love me some NSYNC and Radiohead, and that short performance from the Richmond team was amazing. What did you think?

Let’s list the songs featured in the penultimate episode of Ted Lasso season 2.

What are the songs in Ted Lasso season 2, episode 11?

“Bye Bye Bye” by *NSYNC

Hey, Apple TV+…can we get a longer version of the team dancing to “Bye Bye Bye” by NSYNC? Like, the full video? This short snippet is so much fun to watch! Can you imagine even two more minutes of it?

To surprise Dr. Sharon at her goodbye party, Ted thought a performance from the team to this iconic song was a good idea. And when is Ted ever wrong?

“Gut & Heart” by Marcus Mumford & Tom Howe

This beautiful little tune plays as Rebecca is telling Ted about Sam. Ted never judges Rebecca, not even for a minute. Rebecca and Ted are the best TV BFFs! I love their friendship.

“Cold/Mess” by Prateek Kuhad

Can you say heartbreak? When Roy Kent cries, we all cry! I don’t believe Keeley is having second thoughts, but that doesn’t make this confession any easier for either of them. I’m so worried about Roy and Keeley! They make such an adorable couple, I hope they stay together.

“Karma Police” by Radiohead

I love this song, and it’s very fitting to the situation. I want to hate Nate, but I also can’t help but feel bad for him. He has a lot of issues to work on. For starters, I don’t think he likes himself. Nate also desperately seeks approval from his dad, who shows no emotion towards him.

However, that gives him no right to mistreat others. How dare he kiss Keeley? And to go out of his way to hurt Ted? That’s low, Nate. Too low. Can he come back from this or do you want Nate out of the picture for good?

Which song from this week’s episode is your favorite? 

The Ted Lasso season 2 finale is next Friday, Oct. 8, only on Apple TV+ don’t miss it!

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