How to find your Spotify URL

Finding your uncoming release’s URL on Spotify and sharing a pre-save link is easy when you upload your tracks via RouteNote.

Getting your music on Spotify is free and easy. Simply upload your music to RouteNote, choose what stores/streaming services and countries you want your music to appear in, then choose a release date. If you want your music to go live ASAP, leave this box blank. All being good, we’ll usually approve releases within 72 hours.

Once your music’s been approved by us, it should appear on Spotify within a couple of days. Unfortunately, stores don’t tell us when releases go live, so you’ll have to check the platforms yourself.

If your music has a release date set in the future and has been approved by us, we can provide you with a Pre-Save URL. This means you’ll be able to give fans a link to your music and if they choose to pre-save it, come release day, your music will appear in their library automatically. This is a great way to drum up excitement for an upcoming release and shows Spotify you have an engaged fan base, thus improving your odds of being added to one of their editorial playlists. Once your release has been approved, head to our URL Request Form to get your Spotify, Deezer and Apple Music pre-save links. Once you’ve got your URLs, can create one simple landing page for all of your pre-save links, free of charge.

To find your Spotify release URL, head to Spotify for Artists or on mobile:

  1. Find your release
  2. Tap the three dots next to the love and download icons
  3. Tap Share
  4. Tap Copy Link
  5. You can now paste this anywhere

Mac/Windows/Web app:

  1. Find your release
  2. Click the three dots next to the PLAY and love icons
  3. Click Share
  4. Click Copy Album Link
  5. You can now paste this anywhere
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