Heardle Today: Heardle, August 15: Time to unravel hints, answer to today’s game


With the launch of the well-known online game Wordle, internet puzzles have become popular. Live streaming puzzles and browser-based quizzes appear to be more popular among internet users. Heardle is a browser-based guesswork that focuses on music.

Heardle is simple in its design and gives its audiences a maximum of six guesses. Each guess introduces the song in a more detailed fashion. Heardle has an exhaustive playlist ranging from classics to obscure hit wonders.

Are you a music lover? Then the wait is not worth it. Wear your headset and learning caps because Heardle has to test your music knowledge. This music twister has certain fundamentals to ace the song.


Let me share the rules on how Heardle is played:


• Listen to the intro of the song

• Guess the correct tune in minimal guesses if possible

• Heardle records the number of games you play and your win rates as well

The icing on the cake to this whole concept of musical guesswork is that Heardle has been acquired by Spotif, making audience experiences more engaging. You just need to click the song and add it to your Spotify playlist.

Do you wish to start this new musical trend, enlisted are songs that you missed last week:
• “Riptide” by Vance Joy: August 8

• “Misery Business” by Paramore: August 9

• “Basket Case” by Green Day: August 10

• “Wonderful Tonight” by Eric Clapton: August 11

• “Chocolate” by The 1975: August 12

• “Sunshine Of Your Love” by Cream: August 13

• “Bitter Sweet Symphony” by The Verve: August 14


Hints for August 15’s game


Are you struggling to guess Heardle’s answer for August 15? Some subtle yet to-the-point hints that can make your guesswork more accurate are here.

• Releasing year: 2006

• Genre: Indie Pop / Indie Rock

• Album: Swedish band’s third album

• Video: The music visuals feature animations of one of the band’s prominent singers and a guest vocalist at different places.

If this doesn’t jog your memory, then here is the first line of the song:

“Told you how I used to be

Would you go along with someone like me?

If you knew my story word for word”

So, don’t give up and ace the song as it’s pretty straightforward now.


The song is ‘Young Folks’ by Peter Bjorn and John.

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