Ted Lasso soundtrack: Which songs play in season 3 episode 2?

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Ted Lasso season 3 continues giving fans a break from sad emotions, and after all the gut punches in the last several episodes in season 2, it is truly appreciated! Season 3 episode 2 isn’t only uplifting and empowering, it also features a cool soundtrack! Didn’t catch all the songs? No worries! We share the Ted Lasso soundtrack for season 3 episode 2, “(I Don’t Want to Go to) Chelsea.”

Spoilers ahead if you missed the latest episode of Ted Lasso season 3. Go stream it now on Apple TV+ before reading ahead. 

The second episode of Apple TV+‘s hit comedy drama features Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham) and Keeley (Juno Temple) stepping up as the bosses we know they are. Keely is an amazing leader, and just when I thought she was too pure for her job as boss, Keeley proves me wrong by standing up to her CFO, Barbara (Katy Wix).

And then we have Rebecca, who gets the very popular and talented Zava (Maximilian Osinski) to join Richmond — and she doesn’t do it by asking nicely! Take that, Rupert (Anthony Head)!

Ted Lasso soundtrack: Season 3 episode 2 song list

Now, ready for the soundtrack? If you are looking to add new songs to your playlist, Ted Lasso season 3 episode 2 features some fun and upbeat hits. Here is the song list:

  • “Lovely Day/Good As Hell Mashup” by Pomplamoose
  • “Ready to Go” by Republica
  • “A Well Respected Man” by The Kinks
  • “Night’s Falling” by Andrew Bird

Which of these songs will you be adding to your playlist? My favorite song from the episode is “Lovely Day/Good As Hell Mashup” by Pomplamoose, what a fun mashup! “Ready to Go” by Republica took my down a rabbit hole of classic rock songs, this is one to jam to in the car!

The Richmond crew may miss a goal or two, but the Ted Lasso soundtrack never disappoints! Ted Lasso season 3 episode 3 is titled “4-5-1” and premieres on Apple TV+ on Wednesday, March 29.

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