Tixel uses Spotify to reveal your 'top 3 lockdown songs'

12 May 2020, 15:02

You can now view the top three songs you've been streaming during lockdown.
You can now view the top three songs you've been streaming during lockdown. Picture: Tixel/Thomas Trutschel via Getty
Sophie Thompson

By Sophie Thompson

Tixel allows you to find out your top lockdown songs by connecting to Spotify and providing you a seriously Instagram-worthy visual of what you've been listening to at home.

We're all suckers for bragging about what our Spotify Wrapped playlist has dealt us as our most-streamed songs of the year, and we're about to be back on our bullsh*t once again, because you can now see what your top tracks were during lockdown.

Of course, we're all still in full stay-at-home mode so our top tracks are ever-changing, but what better excuse to bombard Instagram at least once a week with what we've been listening to?

Concert ticket site Tixel have created the feature so that, similar to Spotify Wrapped, you can connect to your account, and it will pull the data to reveal the top three songs you've been listening to since the world came to a standstill. It will even treat you with a stunning downloadable visual so you can put it on your socials. What better way to kill five minutes?

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The campaign is also a great way to show support to your favourite artists, as fans are encouraged to then share and tag who they got as their top three (of course there is the option to donate to support smaller artists if you can) - and there's been some seriously good trilogies so far for your playlist inspiration...

Want to try it for yourself? Of course you do.

You just need to head over to Tixel's Spotify page and connect your account, before letting the website do the magic, before downloading your image or sharing your link.

Now it's time to see what your friends are really like behind closed doors, and we take no responsibility for any embarrassing lockdown realisations because you streamed 'Say So' way too many times.

Now that Spotify has also released a Group Sessions feature that allows you and your friends to stream a collective queue together, this could be the perfect way to get the socially-distant party started.

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