Spotify has created a playlist full of songs you’ve listened to over previous summers. At this point, Spotify probably knows you better than you know yourself. At least when it comes to your taste in music. And the longer you’ve been a subscriber, the better Spotify knows you. Which is scary.
Summer is almost upon us. Which means nicer weather, longer nights, and the chance to get away for a few days (if you’re lucky). Spotify seems obsessed with summer this year. Having already predicted what songs will hit big this summer, it’s now looking back over past summers.
Your Summer Rewind Is Here
Spotify has produced a brand new playlist for all users who joined Spotify before June 2016. This is everyone who has been active on Spotify for at least one summer. Your Summer Rewind is a playlist packed with the songs Spotify thinks you like listening to during the summer months.
You can find Your Summer Rewind by visiting Spotify.com/rewind while signed in to Spotify, or on the homescreen of the Spotify app on Android and iOS. Spotify has also made a playlist called 50 Years of Songs of the Summer featuring the defining summer songs between 1967 and 2017.
The Your Summer Rewind playlist is available right now in (take a deep breath)… Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and the U.S.
Spotify’s Automagic Playlists
Your Summer Rewind is just one playlist out of millions of playlists. However, not only should it provide you with a couple of hours of listening pleasure, it also reminds us of Spotify’s great strength over the competition. Spotify produces some magnificent automagic playlists for its users every week, and these are proving just as popular as Tidal and Apple Music’s exclusives.
Do you use Spotify? Do you pay for the privilege or use it for free? Have you checked out Your Summer Rewind yet? If so, are you happy with the songs Spotify have chosen? Are you worried by how much Spotify knows about you? Please let us know in the comments below!
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