Bunbury's top streamed tracks in the lead up to GTM

The Groovin the Moo festival is only weeks away from hitting Bunbury and as excitement grows around town for the beloved regional music festival, fans turn to online music streaming sites and apps to prepare to rock out on May 13.

Spotify has revealed the most streamed artists and tracks on the 2017 GTM lineup around the nation.

Using geo-targeted streaming data, Spotify investigated listening habits in Bunbury to determine what local festival-goers are keen to hear.

It appears local festy heads are ready to rock out to the sounds of Violent Soho, The Wombats and Methyl Ethel.

To see the full list of Bunbury’s top streamed artists, check out the gallery above.

Also have a listen below to the top 10 tracks we can’t wait to hear performed live.


1. “Don't Leave” - Snakehips

2. “Adore” - Amy Shark

3. “Chameleon” - PNAU

4. “Cocoon” - Milky Chance

5. “All My Friends” - Snakehips

6. “Birthdays” - The Smith Street Band

7. “Notion” - Tash Sultana

8. “Jungle” - Tash Sultana

9. “Feel the Way I Do” - The Jungle Giants

10. “Ubu” - Methyl Ethel

Across the nation, crowds are eagerly anticipating Snakehips whose smash hit ‘Don’t Leave’ is also the ‘Top Streamed’ national track.

The British electronic music duo also top the list for ‘Most Streamed’ GTM artist across Australia, closely followed by German electronic indie folk group, Milky Chance.

The most anticipated Australian artists on the list are Amy Shark and PNAU who come in at number three and four respectively. The indie pop singer-songwriter extraordinaire and dance duo also feature across each region’s top five list for most streamed artist.