IronmongeryDirect has revealed the most listened-to songs by UK electricians, with some surprising results!
Closer by The Chainsmokers is the most popular tune, followed by Kiss Me More by Doja Cat and Good 4 u by Olivia Rodrigo.
- Closer by The Chainsmokers is the most popular song amongst electricians
- AC/DC’s Back in Black tops the construction charts, followed by Fleetwood Mac’s Dreams
- Harry Styles, Olivia Rodrigo and Lana Del Rey feature among the most listened-to artists
- Research identifies the most popular song for each UK trade…
The top ten most listened-to songs by UK tradespeople are:
1) Back in Black – AC/DC
2) Dreams – Fleetwood Mac
3) Sweater Weather – The Neighbourhood
4) Africa – TOTO
5) Highway to Hell – AC/DC
6) Thunderstruck – AC/DC
7) PTT (Paint The Town) – LOONA
8) Pumped Up Kicks – Foster the People
9) The Less I Know The Better – Tame Impala
10) good 4 u – Olivia Rodrigo
Many of these songs appear in playlists across the industry, but it seems that each trade has its own taste in music.
The most popular song for each UK trade is:
- Builder: Pumped Up Kicks – Foster the People
- Electrician: Closer – The Chainsmokers
- Joiner: Back in Black – AC/DC
- Plumber: Highway to Hell – AC/DC
- Plasterer: Nimbasa CORE – plasterbrain
- Painter Decorator: PTT (Paint The Town) – LOONA
- Landscaper: Avant Gardener – Courtney Barnett
- Carpenter: Blinding Lights – The Weeknd
- Bricklayer: Building Steam With A Grain Of Salt – DJ Shadow
Dominick Sandford, Director and Head of Merchandising & Marketing at IronmongeryDirect, said: “Music is a massive part of day-to-day life for tradespeople, whether they’re working on a construction site or in someone’s home, and it’s great to see that they have such varied taste!
“Whether you listen to Harry Styles or AC/DC, playing songs in the background can really help create a positive work environment so it should definitely be encouraged.”
To discover and download the ultimate playlist for each UK trade, visit: https://www.ironmongerydirect.co.uk/blog/the-perfect-playlist-for-each-trade-revealed