Social distancing has forced a lot of us to shift from hanging out together in person, to spending time together virtually (video calls, on the phone, etc)—but why should listening to music have to be a separate experience, too?
Virtual listening groups would be a great way to listen to the same songs and playlists simultaneously, with friends and family no matter where they are—just like you would normally do together in real life.
This is great for setting the mood for virtual parties and hangouts, virtual Dungeons and Dragons sessions, or just to talk about and share music instantly.
Spotify can build the bridge to bring people together with music, even when we can’t really be together. (See problematic Vertigo app)
Updated on 2020-05-25
Hey there @jordanwheela,
Thanks for sharing your idea with us!
To make sure we're on the same page, can you give us a bit more info if and how this is different than the Spotify group sessions? You can make a short list of points to compare.
Thanks in advance 🙂 Keep us posted!