Hurdle’s response for today, September 1sttakes the form, as always, of a short, quick preview of the song.
Heardle is a Wordle-inspired music game where instead of guessing the word, you hear the beginning of the song, with each bad guess expanding the preview to help you identify the title and artist in question.
If you don’t guess after you hear the full preview, you’ll end your streak – that’s why the opening Hurdle’s answer today very important for players, especially since some song intros are more elusive than others.
Interested in learning more about music in games after completing the Hurdle challenge for today? We interviewed Remute, a techno producer who releases albums for retro consoles, and discussed what Debussy can tell us about the mood in games.
Hints on today’s Hurdle’s answer
Instead of jumping straight to the answer, you may only need a few hints to get through the line:
- This track is a very timely choice considering today’s date.
- This track is part of the seventh studio album, which was released in 2004.
- This song is considered part of the alternative rock genre.
- It is performed by an American band that has been making music since 1987.
Still not sure? Read on to find out the answer.
Hurdle’s response to song 189 on September 1, 2022
Even with the tips above, are you still unsure and want to continue this streak?
Hurdle’s answer today Wake me up when September is over by Green Dayreleased on their album American Idiot in 2004. You can listen to it below:
Now you have the answer, don’t spoil it for others! Remember that you can share your results without spoilers in grid form.
Of course, no one needs to know that you came to this page to figure it out. Maybe introduce two or three false guesses first to throw them off the trail?
Want to know more about Hurdle before the next answer?
Heardle is perhaps the most famous inspiration behind Wordle, the word game that saw millions of players sign up every day for months after its release in late 2021.
The most significant event in Heardle’s history is his purchase of Spotify for an undisclosed amount in July 2022.
While Heardle remains free and the game itself remains unchanged, there have been some changes to the acquisition, including a move from SoundCloud as the player of choice to Spotify, which now allows players to listen to the full track after the game is completed.
This is partly why Spotify is interested in Hurdle. “We’re always looking for innovative and fun ways to expand the music search experience and help artists reach new fans,” said Jeremy Ehrlich, Global Head of Music at Spotify.
However, it was not a smooth transition: the game was only available in some countries immediately after acquisition (UK, US, Ireland, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand) and players reported disappearing streaks.
Wordle, for those who don’t know, went through something similar – resetting streaks for some players after it was bought by the New York Times.
As for the future of Heardle, Spotify teases that the game “and other interactive features” will “allow music lovers to connect more closely with artists and challenge friends – and have fun in the process.”