Cruise FM UK





These are the current and pre-release songs that the programmes are made up of on Cruise FM.

 Please note: All the songs detailed on the playlist may not yet be on general release and, therefore, they cannot be downloaded through the Cruise FM webstore.

  • Taste (Make It Shake) - Aitch
  • Jet Black - Anderson Paak featuring Brandy
  • Don't Call Me Angel (Charlie's Angels) - Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey
  • Torn - Ava Max
  • All The Good Girls Go To Hell - Billie Eilish
  • No Halo - Brockhampton
  • Liar - Camila Cabello
  • Shameless - Camila Cabello
  • Do You Miss Me Much - Craig David
  • Disaster - Dave featuring J. Hus
  • Outnumbered - Dermot Kennedy
  • Juicy - Doja Cat featuring Tyga
  • Earth - Easy Life
  • Take Me Back To London - Ed Sheeran featuring Stormzy
  • The Runner - Foals
  • Summer Girl - Haim
  • Both - Headie One
  • Harder - Jax Jones and Bebe Rexha
  • Sorry - Joel Corry
  • Be Honest - Jorja Smith featuring Burna Boy
  • Pan-fried - Kano featuring Kano Funds
  • Small Talk - Katy Perry
  • Love Too Much - Keane
  • Right Back - Khalid featuring Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
  • Doin' Time - Lana Del Rey
  • Lonely - Lauv featuring Anne-Marie
  • One of Us - Liam Gallagher
  • Live Again -  Lighthouse Family
  • Ransom - Lil Tecca
  • Simmer - Mahalia featuring Burna Boy
  • Don't Leave Me Lonely - Mark Ronson featuring Yebba
  • One Thing Right - Marshmello featuring Kane Brown
  • Hot Summer Girl - Megan Thee Stallion featuring Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign
  • Slide Away - Miley Cyrus
  • Motivation - Normani
  • Circles - Post Malone
  • Ride It - Regard
  • Will We Talk - Sam Fender
  • Thinking of You - Simply Red
  • Toaster - Slowthai
  • Xtc - Solardo
  • Sounds of the Skeng - Stormzy
  • Lover - Taylor Swift
  • People - The 1975
  • Ritual - Tiesto, Jonas Blue and Rita Ora
  • Ground Running - Will Young
  • Hope For The Underrated Youth - Yungblud
  • We Got That Cool - Yves V featuring Afrojack and Icona Pop

This playlist was created on Friday, 13th September 2019


Recently, we have been receiving unsolicited e-mail submissions for music to be included within the Cruise FM playlist. Cruise FM has adopted the policy that only songs that are already released or are going to be released in the United Kingdom with the intention of entering the Official UK Top 40 singles chart are considered for the Station's playlist. We do not accept any unsolicited tracks for consideration for inclusion on our playlist and our systems do not allow attachments to be downloaded from sources that we are not familiar with. Furthermore, we have trusted suppliers of our current music, who are very reliable and secure. Should we accept music that does not fall into the above categories, this music must be available for purchase through reputable High Street music outlets and/or downloadable within the UNITED KINGDOM through Amazon and/or iTunes. Should none of the above conditions be met then we will not consider any submissions for inclusion on the Cruise FM playlist. If you feel that you meet the above criteria, please do not send in unsolicited mp3 files, but contact us in the first instance and we will contact you to forward music to the station. Also, please do not add the station to automatic mailing lists without our prior permission.

Where promotion agencies have added our e-mail details to their mailing lists without our permission, it should be noted that these unauthorized additions will be immediately UNSUBSCRIBED and no music will be added to the station's playlist. We do not accept ANY unsolicited music for broadcast.