Roy's apology playlist to Keeley from 'Ted Lasso' is now on Apple Music

Roy and Keeley in 'Ted Lasso'
Roy and Keeley in 'Ted Lasso' (Image credit: Apple)

What you need to know

  • The 'Roy Is Sorry for Not Understanding Keeley' playlist is now on Apple Music.
  • The playlist was featured in the latest episode of 'Ted Lasso' titled 'Headspace.'

Roy's playlist for Keeley is now on Apple Music.

If you watched the latest episode of Ted Lasso on Apple TV+, you saw the scene where Roy apologized to Keeley by drawing her a bath, giving her some space, and, most importantly, creating a 'Roy Is Sorry for Not Understanding Keeley' playlist for her to listen to.

If you've been wondering what music is on that playlist, Apple Music has your back. The Apple TV Twitter account posted that it has made the entire playlist available on Apple Music.

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The playlist, which you can listen to now, features music from Sade, Maxwell, Lianne La Havas, and more.

The title of the playlist says it all. If you caught the "Headspace" episode in the second season of Ted Lasso on Apple TV+, you may have picked up on this reference to the ultimate "I'm sorry" playlist, curated by Roy Kent (played by Brett Goldstein) for his beloved Keeley (Juno Temple). Expertly packed with the soul-warming sounds of Sade, Maxwell, and Lianne La Havas, these tracks are sure to tug at the heartstrings—just like Coach Lasso. If you hear anything you like, just add it to your library. And don't miss new episodes of Ted Lasso—Fridays on Apple TV+.

if you'd like to check out and listen to the playlist, you can do so below:

The playlist is available on Apple Music, Apple's music streaming service that you can subscribe to for either $9.99 per month or as part of one of the Apple One subscription bundles.

Joe Wituschek

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