Since Wordle’s popularity explosion, many internet-based guessing games have emerged. One of the most popular is Heardle, which challenges players to identify a popular song from brief audio snippets.
These songs can range from current chart toppers to old standards, so your musical tastes must span several decades to get them all correct. Even if you don’t know the answer, it’s part of the excitement to discover new songs.
Since the introduction of Wordle earlier this year, there have been other new online puzzle games. People appear to enjoy browser-based quizzes, particularly those that provide simplified and straightforward variants on the guess-5 style. Others have used Wordle as inspiration to create something more engaging.
You only get six chances to identify the correct song title and artist, so we’ve provided some tips to aid you with today’s Heardle and the answer for May 18 if you go down a little.
Heardle is one of the more intriguing Wordle-style puzzles that have surged in popularity recently. This straightforward puzzle game focuses on music. Specifically, it requires players to identify a song based on its beginning.
You have six guesses to determine the introduction, with each suggestion disclosing progressively more of it. Some will be able to identify tunes from the first second, while others will require further information.
The daily playlist ranges from well-known rock classics to obscure one-hit wonders.
Heardle is far more of a trivia game than its competitors; therefore, prior knowledge is required. If you’re interested in music, this is a fantastic method to train your ear, and you’ll be astonished at how much you can learn from a one-second sample.
We’ve included a hint for the answer to today’s Heardle puzzle. If you would prefer to know the answer, we also have that and a list of the top songs from the last week. Let’s get started.
Heardle hints at today’s answer
The following tips will assist you in solving today’s Heardle:
- The song debuted in May of 1973.
- It was listed in Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
- Multiple performers re-recorded the song in 1989 for Rock Aid Armenia.
- Hopefully, this has assisted you with solving today’s Heardle! If you are still confused, see the answer provided below.
What is today’s Heardle answer?
If you haven’t already guessed, the solution to today’s Heardle is Deep Purple’s Smoke On The Water.
You’re kicking yourself. Or did you have no clue? In any case, return tomorrow for further Heardle hints and solutions.
How to play online Heardle
To play Heardle online, follow these steps:
- Visit heard.app
- To listen to the first section, press play.
- Speculate or reveal more of the song’s lyrics.
- After six guesses, you will fail the challenge and must wait until tomorrow to solve it.
Previous Heardle answers
We’ve listed some of the recent answers to help you understand the types of songs featured in Heardle. Take a look to read up on what type of guesses to make.
- Deep Purple – ‘Smoke On the Water.’
- George Michael – ‘Freedom 90.’
- Estelle – ‘American Boy (ft. Kanye West)’
- Paul Simon – ‘You Can Call Me Al.’
- Toploader – ‘Dancing in the Moonlight.’
- Electric Light Orchestra – ‘Mr. Blue Sky.’
- a-ha – ‘Take On Me.’
- Santana – ‘Maria Maria (ft. The Product G&B)’
- Blue Oyster Cult – ‘Don’t Fear the Reaper.’
- Jamiroquai – ‘Virtual Insanity.’
- Kate Bush – ‘This Woman’s Work.’
- Cyndi Lauper – ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.’
- Stardust – ‘Music Sounds Better With You.’
- TLC – ‘No Scrubs.’
- Ed Sheeran – ‘Shivers.’
- Busta Rhymes and Mariah Carey – ‘I Know What You Want (ft. Flipmode Squad).’
- Rage Against the Machine – ‘Killing In the Name Of’
- *NSYNC – ‘It’s Gonna Be Me.’
- Candi Staton – ‘You Hearts Run Free
- Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories – ‘Stay (I Missed You)’
- Joan Jett and the Blackhearts – ‘I Love Rock’ n’ Roll.’
- Amerie – ‘1 Thing’
- Rolling Stones – ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
- Lauryn Hill – ‘Ex-Factor’
- Shakira – ‘Whenever, Wherever
- Harry Styles – ‘Adore You’
- Snoop Dogg – ‘Young, Wild, and Free (ft. Bruno Mars).’
- Arctic Monkeys – ‘I Bet You Look Good On the Dancefloor’
- Annie Lennox – ‘Walking On Broken Glass
- Fatboy Slim – ‘Praise You’
- Cheryl Lynn – ‘Got to be Real’
- Oasis – ‘Wonderwall’
- Camila Cabello – ‘My Oh My’
- Koffee – ‘Toast’
- Red Hot Chilli Peppers – ‘Californication’
- John Legend – ‘Ordinary People’
- Luther Vandross – ‘Never Too Much’
- Fugees – ‘Ready or Not’
- Led Zeppelin- ‘Immigrant Song’
- Spice Girls – ‘Wannabe’
- Silk Sonic – ‘Leave the Door Open’
- Hall and Oates – ‘You’re Making My Dreams Come True
- Cardi B – ‘Up’
- Ace of Base – ‘All That She Wants’
- Missy Elliot – ‘Get Your Freak On
- Foo Fighters – ‘Learn to Fly
- Dolly Parton – ‘Jolene’
- Mark Ronson (feat Amy Winehouse) – ‘Valerie.’
- Linkin Park – ‘Numb’
- The Kid LAROI ft Justin Bieber – ‘Stay.’
- Destiny’s Child – ‘Independent Women Pt1’
- Wizkid (ft Terms) – ‘Essence.’
- Daft Punk – ‘Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger