Heardle answer today for Tuesday, 4th October: What is the song today for 222?

Heardle’s response for today, October 4, takes the form, as always, of a brief and agile preview of the song.

Heardle is a music game inspired by Wordle, where instead of guessing a word, you listen to the beginning of a song, and each wrong guess expands the preview to help you work out the title and artist in question.

If you can’t guess once you’ve heard the full preview, you’ll break your streak, which is why figuring out Heardle’s answer today is so important for players, especially since some song intros are harder to hit than others.

Interested in learning more about music in games once you’ve solved today’s Heardle? We interview Remute, a techno producer who makes albums for retro consoles, and discuss what Debussy can tell us about mood in games.

Clues to today’s Heardle answer

Instead of jumping straight to the answer, you may just need a few tips to get you over the line:

  • This track was released in the last decade.
  • It is performed by an American duo…
  • …whose name comes from two words written backwards.
  • The track name is made up of two short words, the second being something you do on a keyboard.

I’m not sure yet? Read on to find out the answer.

Looking for more to play with once you’ve completed today’s answer? Our sister site RPS has some suggestions for other guessing game alternatives.

Heardle’s response for song 222 on October 4, 2022

Even with the clues above, are you still unsure and want to keep that streak going?

Heardle’s answer today is No Type by Rae Sremmurd released on her album SremmLife in 2014. (If you were following the clues, Rae Sremmurd backwards is Ear Drummers.) You can listen to today’s track below:

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Now you have the answer, don’t tell others! Remember, you can share your spoiler-free results in grid form.

Of course, no one has to know that you came to this page to solve it. Maybe make two or three false guesses first to throw them off, perhaps?

Want to read more about Heardle before the next answer?

Heardle is perhaps the best-known inspiration for Wordle, the word game that saw millions of players signing up every day within months of its arrival in late 2021.

The most significant development in Heardle’s history is its purchase by Spotify for an undisclosed amount in July 2022.

Although Heardle remains free-to-play and the game itself hasn’t changed, the acquisition has seen some changes, including a switch from SoundCloud as its preferred player to Spotify, which now allows players to listen to the full track once the game has concluded. .

That’s partly why Spotify was interested in Heardle. “We’re always looking for innovative and fun ways to enhance music discovery and help artists reach new fans,” said Jeremy Erlich, global head of music at Spotify.

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It hasn’t been an easy transition, however: the game is only available in select countries immediately after the acquisition (UK, US, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) and players have reported that streaks are disappearing

Wordle, for those who don’t know, went through something similar: streaks restarted for some players after his purchase by the New York Times.

As for Heardle’s future, Spotify has teased that the game “and other interactive experiences” “will allow music lovers to connect more deeply with artists and challenge their friends, and have fun in the process.”

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