Spotify has released a new feature - a playlist that changes with your mood throughout the day - and here's how you can find yours. 

Described as a "one-of-a-kind" and "ever-changing" playlist, 'daylist' is said to bring together the niche music and microgenres you usually listen to during particular moments in the day or on specific days of the week.

Spotify says that the playlist updates frequently between sunup and sundown with a series of highly specific playlists made for every version of you.

"It’s hyper-personalized, dynamic, and playful as it reflects what you want to be listening to right now," the streaming platform explained.

It added: "You’ll get new tracks at every update, plus a new title that sets the mood of your daylist.

"With relatable titles including thrillwave, happy dance, pumpkin spice, and more, the playlist helps you understand more about your taste in music—and express your unique audio identity". 

Daylight is different to Spotify's other features like Niche Mixes or AI DJ since you'll find the tracks all in one handy playlist tuned to whether you're on your morning commute or chilling out before bed.

Spotify fans with no shortage of features and third-party add ons to help them discover more about their listening habits like Spotify Pie Chart, Iceberg and Zodiac Affinity.

How to find daylight on Spotify

If you're keen to try Spotify's daylight feature for yourself, all you need to do is search "daylist" on Spotify and find out what that specific day and time reveals about your listening habits.

I tried it out and Spotify told me that my music on a Tuesday morning is "nostalgic" and "throwback" which is just a polite way of calling me soppy.

The playlist's title was fittingly called  'nostalgic throwback Tuesday morning' and was chock full of tracks from Taylor Swift, The Killers, Train and Paramore.

Spotify recommended 50 songs to me - the majority of which I knew - which made a morning of writing fly by (even if my neighbours didn't enjoy the spontaneous mid-morning Karaoke session).

I'm not the only one that's a little obsessed with it either with many users taking to social media to share their unique playlist titles and tastes.

One person posted: "every night since this daylist thing on spotify came out my nighttime playlist has been ANGSTY and EMO and POST-PUNK and GRUNGE and then tonight it’s this. love that on every other night of the week i’m apparently a 15 year old emo and then on sundays i’m from the 1960s."

A second listener wrote: "Spotify daylist is my new personality trait."

While a third added: "My spotify daylist be like “in the evening you typically listen to misery and depressing music but in the morning you listen to college and sunshine music” because one thing about me? my brain will always reset in the morning."