Here Is What LEGO Bricks Sound Like, According to the Company’s White Noise Playlist

published Feb 12, 2021
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For years, LEGO has entertained kids and adults alike through their plastic bricks. Now, the Danish toy company also plans to entertain through… music?

LEGO has released a three-and-a-half-hour playlist that can serve as relaxing background noise while you play with their build sets. What’s even more interesting is that all seven tracks—each 30 minutes long—were composed using LEGO bricks instead of traditional musical instruments. For instance, “Searching for the One (Brick)” features the noise one makes when digging through a pile of LEGO pieces, while the track “The Waterfall” mimics the rumbling sound of water with LEGO bricks being poured from a container.

According to LEGO, over 10,000 blocks were used to come up with the clever playlist since “each LEGO element makes a unique noise.”

The album is part of the company’s effort to help adults unwind and relax, especially during these stressful times. Earlier this month, LEGO announced the release of its Botanical Collection, which lets enthusiasts and frustrated gardeners turn bricks into floral arrangements.

The LEGO white noise playlist is available on 15 different streaming platforms, including Apple Music, Google Music, and Spotify.