The commercial music streaming service is looking to obtain a mainstream audience with a new compatibility on mobile and tablet, aswell as an expansion to 20 brand new countries.
70’s rock legends Led Zeppelin are set to introduce their classic sound to whole new legions of potential fans, after setting up a unique deal with Spotify, which gives users of the service access to the bands entire back catalogue, aswell as mobile integration.
The deal is Zeppelin’s first with a streaming service and was announced as part of a Spotify expansion, which along with the introduction of mobile use, is also now available in 20 new countries such as Peru, Chile and Malta.
Almost 45 years after the legendary band released their debut self-titled album, all of their Swan Song/Atlantic releases will be available in the next few days. Spotify has struck similar deals in the past, famously with Metallica, when Lars Ulrich announced their exclusive deal on-stage in December 2012.