Spotify is coming on LG Smart TVs from the 2013 range, letting premium subscribers stream Led Zeppelin classics like Stairway to Heaven and Kashmir in the living room.
The popular music streaming service which has a catalogue of over 20 million songs will be available to download at some point in December, though no set date has been announced yet.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to stream songs for free like you can on iOS and Android devices as this is a premium subscribers-only service, for now.
Read Recombu Digital’s guide to LG Smart TVsThe popular music streaming service, which recently added Led Zeppelin’s back catalogue to it’s growing library of songs, is already available on LG’s own connected Blu-ray players and home cinema systems.
Richard Choi, senior vice president of the Smart Business Centre at LG Electronics said: “Spotify is a welcome addition to the growing selection of premium content accessible on our user-friendly Smart TVs.
“The app brings a vast catalogue of music from practically every genre imaginable into the living rooms of our valued customers. Through partnering with outstanding service providers such as Spotify, we will ensure that LG Smart TV continues to deliver an incomparable entertainment experience.”
Spotify is available on other smart TV platforms including Virgin Media TiVo and Samsung Smart TVs. Spotify Premium costs £9.99/month to subscribe to.