Plays of pro-independence Scottish songs by the the likes of The Proclaimers went through the roof on the day of the independence referendum, according to data from Spotify.
Following a request from BuzzFeed News, the music streaming service shared data on the popularity of songs associated with Scotland's pro-independence movement.
Spotify analysed the number of streams of these songs on referendum day, before comparing them to the number of streams on an an average pre-referendum day. The results are staggering, with the popularity of some songs jumping 2500%. It turns out that large swathes Scotland went to the polls on 18 September while blasting out a playlist Runrig, Braveheart, and The Proclaimers.
Streams of The Proclaimers' "Cap In Hand" were up 2,581% on the day of the referendum.
Streams of "Caledonia" by Dougie McLean were up 555% on the day of the vote.
Billy Bragg's "Take Down the Union Jack" was up 613%.
Streams of the main theme from Mel Gibson's anti-English tirade Bravehart jumped 75%.
Plays of The Corries' "Flower of Scotland" were up 1058%.
Plays of Runrig's "Loch Lomond" were also up.
But it wasn't just pro-independence music that saw a massive spike in popularity on the day of the referendum vote.
Plays of tubthumping pro-union tune "Rule Britannia" jumped 366% on the day of referendum and has enjoyed a "fairly noticeable increase" since then, according to Spotify.
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