The EnChroma July 4th Spotify Playlist

by Tyson Fultz June 30, 2020

The EnChroma July 4th Spotify Playlist

Songs inspired by the American flag curated for your summer soundtrack.

Besides wearing EnChroma glasses, we asked ourselves, what other ways can we celebrate everyone’s favorite summer holiday? And just like that, the Red, White, & Blues Spotify playlist was born.

We’ve curated some of our favorite songs inspired by the colors of Old Glory. What better way to celebrate Independence Day than with Prince’s “Little Red Corvette” blaring from your speakers? Whether you’re chillin’ poolside, grilling up a barbecue, or shooting off fireworks (be safe now!), we invite you to enjoy this soundtrack of summer. 

Songs inspired by the American flag curated for your summer soundtrack.

Besides wearing EnChroma glasses, we asked ourselves, what other ways can we celebrate everyone’s favorite summer holiday? And just like that, the Red, White, & Blues Spotify playlist was born.

How Do You See the Colors of the 4th of July?

How Do You See the Colors of the 4th of July?

The colors of the 4th of July can be confusing to someone who is color blind. From making sure the hamburgers on the grill are fully cooked to the brilliant colors of fireworks, people with color blindness see this colorful holiday a little differently than everyone else. Check out our color blind simulation slider to see what today might look like to someone with color vision deficiency.

The colors of the 4th of July can be confusing to someone who is color blind. From making sure the hamburgers on the grill are fully cooked to the brilliant colors of fireworks, people with color blindness see this colorful holiday a little differently than everyone else. Check out our color blind simulation slider to see what today might look like to someone with color vision deficiency.

The American flag looks different to a person with color blindness.
People with color blindness have trouble determining when meat is cooked properly.
Fireworks don’t burst in dramatic color for those with color deficiency.

Share this playlist, tag your pics @EnChroma, or recommend your own colorful song additions. From all of us here at EnChroma, we wish you a happy 4th of July!

Share this playlist, tag your pics @EnChroma, or recommend your own colorful song additions. From all of us here at EnChroma, we wish you a happy 4th of July!




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