The Enemy and Reverend And The Makers will go head to head at Wembley in a ‘battle of the bands’ before tthis weekend's Semi-Finals.
Since the Third Round back in January, some of the UK’s biggest music acts have performed at grounds across the country hoping to sway the public’s vote in their favour to become the official FA Cup with Budweiser Anthem.
And as the excitement builds up to kick-off on Saturday and Sunday, fans will get a taste of what the final two challengers have to offer.
Coventry rockers The Enemy saw their debut album 'We'll Live and Die in These Towns' shoot straight to number one in the UK Albums chart in 2007.
They’ll play their Cup contender 'Saturday', while Sheffield-based indie band Reverend And The Makers, famous for their hit 'Heavyweight Champion of the World', will perform 'Shine A Light'.
The six-strong shortlist of bands fighting it out for this coveted honour also features Lethal Bizzle, The Twang, The Pigeon Detectives and Devlin. They all hope their song is chosen as next season’s official FA Cup Anthem.
The Enemy singer Tom Clarke says winning the competition would be 'special'.
“We had such a buzz playing at The FA Cup Final last season but it’s a bit more competitive this time round so we’re a little more excited," he said.
"We’ve heard some of our songs being sung from the terraces before which is always cool, but to have our name alongside the official FA Cup Anthem would be pretty special.”
Jon McClure, frontman of Reverend And The Makers, is looking forward to a return to Wembley.
“If I were given the choice of Sheffield Wednesday winning The FA Cup or our song becoming the official FA Cup Anthem I’m honestly not sure what I’d pick - but we’re made up to be in with a shout," said McClure.
"We’ve played Wembley before but playing to 90,000 football fans will be totally different, and something we’re very much looking forward to.”
Voting opens on Monday and the winner will be announced prior to kick-off at The FA Cup with Budweiser Final on 11 May, before they perform their track at half-time. The song will also be used as official walk-out music for FA Cup fixtures next season.
Videos of each performance are available to watch here and on www.Facebook.com/TheFACup. From Monday you’ll also be able to place your vote and chose the song you want to be your FA Cup Anthem.
The Enemy and Reverend And The Makers will stake their claim for The FA Cup Anthem