I felt compelled to make a post for posterity for the events over the past few days. In a nutshell, Spotify's key signature expired so no one could update or install Spotify for a couple days (How long exactly I'm not sure).
No word from Spotify when it occured or when it was solved. The only communications I could find was Spotify Support on Twitter who reflexively throw their hands up and say "No official support, here's the link to the Linux forum, g'day."
As a Linux and premium Spotify user, I'm getting so sick of 2nd class support. Spotify doesn't seem to hemmoraging money, they clearly have users on the platform, what's more there's already a perfectly usable port on Linux. Why can't they put in the effort to maintain it as they do other platforms? Even if it isn't a particularly profitable platform now, I imagine it'd improve if Linux users saw it being treated as a valid platform, instead of an in-house pet project.
Doubt this post will do much good, but I felt compelled to write it all the same.