Spotify users listened to their favorite bands this much in 2019
Earlier this week, Spotify teased its highly-anticipated 2019 Wrapped feature was “almost ready.” The following day, the streaming giant shared the artists who dominated the year including Post Malone, Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, Halsey, Lil Nas X, Eminem and more.
Today, Spotify Wrapped 2019 was finally unveiled, showing us the tracks, artists and genres we listened to most this year. Just like last year, artists have also been able to get in on the fun with their own version revealing the total hours fans streamed them in 2019.
Head below to see just how much your personal listening tastes contributed to bands’ overall streaming totals in 2019.
— blink-182 (@blink182) December 5, 2019
The Get Up Kids
— The Get Up Kids (@thegetupkids) December 5, 2019
The Get Up Kids dropped sixth full-length Problems in 2019.
— Papa Roach (@paparoach) December 5, 2019
Papa Roach unleashed their tenth studio album Who Do You Trust? at the top of the year.
— Bayside (@BaysideBand) December 5, 2019
Sleeping With Sirens
— Kellin Quinn (@Kellinquinn) December 5, 2019
Sleeping With Sirens came back as heavy as ever with How It Feels To Be Lost in September.
— paramore (@paramore) December 5, 2019
Set It Off
A big thank you to all 5.4 MILLION of you for streaming us 126.8 MILLION times on Spotify ⌛️ pic.twitter.com/HlSiz4xkRA
— Set It Off (@SetItOff) December 5, 2019
From First To Last
Wait till we get our Amazon Prime stats pic.twitter.com/b356RY3Y1k
— From First To Last (@FFTLAST) December 5, 2019
From First To Last reunited in March for their first show in two years with Sonny Moore (aka Skrillex) on the mic. The band hasn’t released music since 2018 single “Surrender,” their second single after “Make War,” which marked Moore’s first since returning to the helm in 2017.
Palisades ended 2018 with a bang, releasing their fourth LP Erase The Pain that December.
Fit For A King
Fit For A King haven’t released any music this year, but they dropped their fifth full-length, Dark Skies, in September 2018.
Miss May I
Miss May I released their sixth LP, Shadows Inside, via SharpTone in 2017, marking their first not with Rise. This year, the band celebrated sophomore album Monument with a 10-year anniversary tour alongside the Word Alive.
This year, Doll Skin released their first album with Hopeless Records, Love Is Dead And We Killed Her. The band also contributed to Songs That Saved My Life Vol. 2 with a cover of Florence + The Machine (“Shake It Out”).
— Badflower (@Badflower) December 5, 2019
— State Champs (@State_Champs) December 5, 2019
State Champs followed up 2018 full-length Living Proof by covering Matchbox Twenty (“Real World”) for Songs That Saved My Life Vol. 2. Most recently, they teamed up with tourmates Simple Plan and We The Kings for “Where I Belong.”
Thank you so much for all the support this year 💚 pic.twitter.com/MRCxLgQNBL
— Circa Survive (@circasurvive) December 5, 2019
Circa Surive contributed to Fearless Records’ Punk Goes Acoustic Vol. 3 with a stripped back version of “Act Appalled,” which is taken from 2005’s Juturna.
Following 2017’s Dead Reflection, Silverstein self-released a compilation of re-recorded tracks from their first decade as a band titled Redux: The First 10 Years. Most recently, they shared a live album from their 15-year anniversary tour, When Broken Is Easily Fixed (Live).
— Aidan Gallagher (@AidanRGallagher) December 5, 2019
Aidan Gallgher is best known as Number Five from Netflix’s adaptation of Gerard Way’s The Umbrella Academy, but the actor/musician also released several songs this year. Among them are “Blue Neon (Club Version),” “Time,” and “For You.”
Beartooth dropped the deluxe version of 2018s Disease in October, which included Record Store Day exclusive B-sides. The release followed The Blackbird Sessions EP in September which had the band giving Disease tracks a folk spin.
5 Seconds Of Summer
Thank you. pic.twitter.com/7YnxeIKeAo
— 5 Seconds of Summer (@5SOS) December 5, 2019
5 Seconds Of Summer just released their third full-length Youngblood last summer, but they kept plenty busy in 2019. In May, the band dropped a dark new single, “Easier” followed by “Teeth.” The latter track appeared on the 13 Reasons Why season 3 soundtrack and later sparked a hilarious #TEETHChallenge.
Angels & Airwaves
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! What a welcome back! 2019 was a massive year for us- but the years ahead look even BIGGER!! pic.twitter.com/bZU02Dymmg
— Angels & Airwaves (@AVABandOfficial) December 5, 2019
Ice Nine Kills
— ICE NINE KILLS (@ICENINEKILLS) December 5, 2019
Ice Nine Kills released fifth full-length The Silver Scream in October 2018, following it up with a deluxe version titled The Silver Scream FINAL CUT. The album included latest Scream-inspired single “Your Number’s Up.”
Real Friends released latest full-length, Composure, in the summer of 2018. They followed it up this year with stripped back versions under Even More Acoustic Songs EP.
More on Spotify Wrapped 2019
Post Malone had a successful year as he is crowned this year’s most-streamed artist with 6.5 billion streams, including holding the most-streamed album in the U.S. with Hollywood’s Bleeding. The album ranks second globally.
Eilish’s WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? lands the most-streamed album of 2019 with over 6 billion streams. Eilish also holds the crown for the second most-streamed artist. Eilish is the first female artist to have her album top the Wrapped most-streamed album; a feat that is very well deserving.
Ariana Grande rounds out as the third most-streamed artist after releasing her marvelous album thank u, next. Grande has made the top 10 Wrapped list two years now.
With 2019 wrapping up itself, Spotify has released the top artists of the past decade. Among those include Drake as the number one artist, followed by Ed Sheeran and Post Malone. Grande additionally is the top female artist of the decade with Rihanna, Taylor Swift following behind. See the full list here.
Who was your most-listened artist on Spotify Wrapped 2019? Let us know in the comments below.