The "Dancing On My Own" hype train has hit full speed.
The Boston Red Sox famously have adopted Calum Scott and Tiesto's version of Robyn's 2010 hit as their 2021 postseason anthem, blasting the song in their clubhouse after eliminating the Tampa Bay Rays in the American League Division Series.
The song has become quite popular in the Boston area as a result -- and it found its way to Foxboro on Sunday along with several Red Sox players.
During a break in the New England Patriots' Week 6 game against the Dallas Cowboys, "Dancing On My Own" started playing in Gillette Stadium as the Jumbotron showed a group of Red Sox players in attendance.
That's second baseman Christian Arroyo firing up the crowd with some dance moves next to catcher Kevin Plawecki (who's responsible for bringing the song to the Red Sox' clubhouse) and outfielder Hunter Renfroe.
TD Garden played "Dancing On My Own" on its Jumbotron during the Boston Bruins' season opener Saturday night, so this is quickly becoming the Boston sports song of the fall.
If you're wondering why Red Sox players were in Foxboro instead of playing at Fenway Park, they had an off day Sunday after defeating the Houston Astros in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series on Saturday to even the series at 1-1.
Game 3 is set for Monday night in Boston, and you already know what song will be playing at Fenway.