Spotify has checked their boxes with this one, as the longest song on Spotify is also the longest song ever recorded.
This song is “Symphony of the Crown” by the Canadian artist Earthena, totaling 48 hours, 39 minutes, and 43 seconds.
Released in October 2021, Earthena’s epic overtook PC III’s 2016 song “The Rise and Fall of Bossanova,” totaling 13 hours, 23 minutes, and 32 seconds as the Guinness World Record holder for the World’s Longest Officially Released Song.
However, the version of “Symphony of the Crown” that is on Spotify is actually split up into 25 parts that are 2 hours each, which means that it isn’t technically the longest single track on Spotify.
“The Rise and Fall of Bossanova” is also split up in this way, with the longest section being 4 hours, 20 minutes, and 54 seconds long.
That makes “Bossanova” longer than “Symphony of the Crown,” as far as Spotify goes, but there is still one Spotify track that is longer.
The longest single song on Spotify is yeule’s “The Things They Did For Me Out of Love.”
Running a grand total of 4 hours and 44 minutes, the ambient track was released as the final track on her February 2022 album Glitch Princess.
One more, just for fun — Spotify also has the second longest Grateful Dead song ever recorded, which is the “Playing In The Band” from 5/21/74, with a runtime of 46 minutes, 31 seconds.
Check out the longest music on Spotify below, and if you’re curious, we’ve also got a post about the oldest song on Spotify.