Music enthusiasts who haven’t yet identified the tune for the new Heardle challenge of the day are anxiously awaiting the solution.
The intro to the song is played at the beginning of the game for novice Heardle players; more of the song becomes available with each skip or wrong guess. Players get six chances to accurately guess the daily song, and they can post their results on social media afterward.
What are the hints for Heardle#266 of November 17?
• The song of the day belongs to the Psychedelic rock genre
• The song of the day was released in 1966
• The song of the day is a single by Donovan
• The song of the day comprises of four words
• The song of the day starts with the word “Season”
What is the answer for Heardle#266 of November 17?
The Heardle challenge for today’s right answer is
‘Season of the Witch’ by Donovan.
Season of the Witch was included on Donovan’s well-received album Sunshine Superman, which was released on August 26, 1966. An instantly recognisable bluesy guitar riff sets the tone for the song as it begins.
It incorporates blues, hippie, and folk rock influences. Many artists, including Hole, Vanilla Fudge, and numerous others, have extensively covered Season of the Witch throughout the years to much critical acclaim.
1. Why is Heardle very popular?
Heardle can be a great way to relieve tension while simultaneously stimulating your brains and putting your pop music knowledge to the test.
1. Who acquired the game Heardle?
Spotify acquired the game Heardle.
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