WHEN you think of Top Of The Pops you can’t help but hum the opening few bars of Led Zeppelin’s Whole Lotta Love.

The catchy rock and roll tune, which was the show’s theme music for decades, is ingrained in our minds.

Brighton rock band Royal Blood are hoping for the same effect with their new tune – which has been recorded for the BBC’s follow-up to the legendary live music show.

The show, named Sounds Like Friday Night, will air on BBC prime time 11 years after the end of Top Of The Pops.

Yesterday the hosts were announced as Radio One’s Greg James and Radio 1Xtra’s Dotty.

And Royal Blood, made up of Ben Thatcher and Mike Kerr, have composed and performed the theme tune.

Royal Blood singer Kerr said: “It’s a dream come true for us because we always imagined doing something like this one day

“It’s great that a new show celebrating live music is back at the BBC and creating a home for new bands to build a bigger audience. We’re excited to be a part of it.”

The show will launch in October and will be broadcast live from BBC Television Centre in White City.

Host Greg James said: “We have been missing a prime time music show from our TV screens for far too long, so it’s fair to say being part of Sounds Like Friday Night is something I’m really, really excited about.

“One thing that’s fantastic about the show is being able to provide new and emerging acts a home alongside the megastars, introducing them to a new audience.”

Kerr, who grew up in Worthing, and Thatcher, from Rustington, formed in Brighton in 2013 and are now regarded as one of the biggest bands in the country.