SoundCloud Go+ lands in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland
Now, music lovers in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland can level-up their listening with our premium subscription plan, SoundCloud Go+. With the ability to stream any track from 25 million-plus mainstream and upstart artists offline, ad-free and in high quality, it’s never been easier to discover what’s next in music while supporting the creators you love.
SoundCloud is the first place new music lands online and the most social streaming experience on the planet. With this expansion, SoundCloud Go+ will now be available in 19 total countries* – giving even more people around the world the opportunity to connect with creators, curators, and fellow fans, while unlocking SoundCloud’s entire catalog of mainstream releases, DJ sets, remixes and exclusive tracks.
And it’s not just about what you get, but what you give, too, because every subscription purchased financially supports the millions of creators who are building and growing their careers on SoundCloud. Fuel their mission with the plan that works for you:
- SoundCloud Go+: Offline, ad-free and high quality audio streaming of SoundCloud’s full catalog, plus the ability to mix with select DJ apps. Try it free for 30 days.
- SoundCloud Go+ for Students: College and university students can upgrade to get all of Go+ for half the cost.
- SoundCloud Pro Unlimited subscribers can add Go+ for 50% off: If you already have our creator subscription SoundCloud Pro Unlimited, you can add all of the benefits of SoundCloud Go+ for half the price.
Our free tier will still be available, but now will be ad-supported, giving creators the chance to make money from their music when it’s played in these countries. Are you an independent artist and want to cash in on your global playcounts? Learn more here.
*In addition to Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, SoundCloud Go+ and SoundCloud’s free, ad-supported experience are available in the US, UK, Ireland, France, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and Austria.