We’ve compiled the ultimate motivational playlist of our team’s favourite tracks to get you pumped for whatever it is you’ve got to do today! #WorldMusicDay
Once In A Lifetime – Talking Heads chosen by Alex in Digital Marketing.
Ooh Aah – Gina G chosen by Emma in Stirling.
Paradise – George Ezra chosen by Felix in Exeter.
Old Song – Tom Grennan chosen by Kirsty in Glasgow.
Youngblood – 5 Seconds of Summer chosen by Jodie in Sheffield.
El Anillo – Jennifer Lopez chosen by Maddy in Newport.
Prof – Bar Breaker / King chosen by Dana in Marketing.
Working 9 to 5 – Dolly Parton chosen by Sadie in Harrogate.
Copacabana – Barry Manilow chosen by Gill in Maldon.
Man In The Mirror – Michael Jackson chosen by Emma in Stirling.
Can’t Hold Us – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (feat. Ray Dalton) chosen by Georgina in Newcastle.
Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen chosen by Samantha in the Quality Department.
Hall of Fame – The Script chosen by Samantha in the Quality Department.
Hot in Here – Nelly chosen by Maddy in Newport.
Sound of the Underground – Girls Aloud chosen by Maddy in Newport.
Glamorous – Fergie chosen by Maddy in Newport.
Get up – Shinedown chosen by Alex in Barnstaple.
Run the World – Beyonce chosen by Maddy in Newport.
Proud – Heather Small chosen by Linda in Evesham.
Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now – The Smiths chosen by Lisa in Birmingham.
Can’t Stop – RHCP chosen by Greer on the Senior Managment Team
Heroes – David Bowie chosen by Greer on the Senior Managment Team
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