‘Heardle’ Song, Answers And Clues For Thursday, September 22 (Warning: Today’s Game Is Broken)
Hello friends! How is your week going so far? I hope it goes well and we can keep the good times rolling with you Heardle The streak is on (but, as you’ll see in a moment, good luck with that). Some clues and answers are just ahead.
For newbies who are just joining us, here’s how to play Heardle: You’ll hear the first second of a reasonably well-known song. You then try to guess the artist and title or skip your turn. If you skip or guess wrong, you’ll hear the song a bit more. The game continues until the sixth and final guess, where you hear 16 seconds of the track.
This is the song that appeared Heardle Last week:
Probably today Heardle The song is one of your favorites. But for those who don’t know it immediately, here are some clues, followed by answers:
Hurdle Clues for September 22
- This song belongs to the genre of grunge and alternative rock.
- It was released in 1992.
- It peaked at number 32 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number nine on the UK Singles Chart.
- It appears on an album called don’t mind.
- The song’s title appears on a sign that welcomes visitors to the singer’s hometown of Aberdeen, Washington.
Hurdle answers for September 22
Spoiler alert! Hold on to it until you’re ready to find out the answer for today Heardle.
Keeping that in mind today’s song…
“As You Are” by Nirvana!
I am really upset with today’s game. I definitely recognized the song immediately. But when I selected “as you are” as the answer, Heardle Said it’s wrong. Huh? It’s very clearly “come as you are.” Only after I skipped to the end did I find out that the correct answer was apparently “Come As You Are – Remastered” – an option that doesn’t appear in the answer list. So there was no way to get the right answer.
Maddening. I’m not the only one ticked off:
To be honest, it builds on some of the frustrations I have Heardle Since Spotify took it over. The game now feels less about guessing songs you already know than introducing players to new music (which is often a song that goes viral on social media). A name that kind of runs against how the tune game should work.
Anyway, I’m going to soak in one of Nirvana’s masterpieces again to calm myself down. Listen to “Come As You Are” in full: