Royalty Free Stock Music

Free to use in your creative projects, for commercial use, too!

Top tracks

My Favorite Sport New
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1:57
Acoustic Guitar Electric Guitar Electronic Drums Piano
Tobacco and Wine New
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2:02
Electronic Drums Other Wind Instruments Piano Synth
Across the Andes New
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2:12
Electric Guitar Electronic Drums Ethnic
An Alliance for War New
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1:53
Brass Orchestra Percussion Piano
Good Vibes New
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1:52
Acoustic Drums Bells Mandolin & Ukulele
Erotic Sunrise New
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2:27
Electronic Drums Other Wind Instruments Piano Synth
New Orleans Suite New
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2:04
Acoustic Drums Keys Percussion
Pizza and Video Game Afternoons New
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2:04
Electronic Drums Synth
Reflections on 6 Strings New
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2:02
Acoustic Guitar Orchestra Synth
Return to Seattle New
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2:18
Acoustic Drums Electric Guitar
Running to Survive New
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2:01
Percussion Synth
The Unbeatable Empire New
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1:57
Backing Vocals Bells Brass Orchestra Percussion
Options from our partner
CinematicPopElectronicCorporateJazz
Not As It SeemedBy Symphonic Collective
Looking SkywardsBy Symphonic Collective
Rhythm and AttitudeBy Rex Chroma
Crowning GloryBy Symphonic Collective

FAQ

I’m a musician/composer, how can I get involved?

We’re now in the hunt for the best composers out there, we’re paying for all the free music we’re going to offer so if you’re interested, please apply here.

What is the quality of the songs available to download?

Since WAV format is the highest quality, and quality is what we believe in, you’ll get our free songs in: WAV 16 bit, 44.1 kHz MP3 320 kbit/s

Where can I use Coverr’s Free Stock Music?

Coverr Free Music is ideal to be used as free background music for all types of videos Other popular use cases where you can use our free music tracks include:

  • YouTube
  • Blogs
  • Music Videos
  • Websites
  • Social Media platforms
  • Podcasts
  • Online ads
  • Video Games
Can I use Coverr Free Music on YouTube?

Yes, it’s fine to use our stock music tracks and videos on YouTube.

Why am I seeing music tracks from ShutterStock/PremiumBeat?

That’s because we have an affiliate partnership in which we show our users additional options in case we weren’t able to satisfy our users’ needs.

Am I supposed to attribute Coverr if I’m using your free stock music?

Attribution is appreciated but not required. We’d love to see what you create using our free music and videos, so feel free to mention @coverrco and/or link to coverr.co if you feel like it.

What if I have a great idea for you guys?

Wow, we love great ideas! Please email us at [email protected]