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Today's Heardle: Time to sing a song. Here are clues and answer for July 29


The Heardle quiz is on songs, singers, and bands, and you have to guess the song within six attempts. If you don’t, it just helps you improve your knowledge of songs in general. Before we reveal the answer, newcomers, who are attempting this for the first time, must take a look at the rules.

Heardle rules:

You get six attempts at guessing the music and the singer or band.

The track is played out for you at every attempt, and till the sixth attempt, you would have heard sixteen seconds of the song. It starts with 1 second of the track, and then the duration increases.

The game is for people who have been listening to songs over the years.

If you fail, there will be no issues as you don’t stand to lose anything. You can start the next day again because Heardle is a daily affair for song lovers, and you can test your knowledge every day.

The songs are from various genres, and also they can be from any decade that recording labels have been in existence. So you get to brush up on music from the past and right to the currently available labels.

Now it is time for us to get on with the game.

Today’s Heardle clues

  • Clue 1: The song has made it to the US Hot Rock and Alternative Songs Billboard as No.1
  • Clue 2: The video is about a blonde (the singer herself) with several boyfriends.
  • Clue 3: The song is about how their boyfriends are hooked on her and don’t want to leave her.

You guys have to remember the video; of course, the song has a beautiful and memorable beat. Most of you have got it by now, but I have to reveal it for the clueless, so all who want to continue trying to guess the song may scroll no further.

The Answer for Heardle Today, July 29, is:

Ex’s and Oh’s by Elle King

Great song for today, and I will hear the track once more to keep the rhythm with me throughout the day. Cheers to all of you, and hope you come back to watch this space for tomorrow’s Heardle.

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