Split & Splat

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Split & Splat
Artist Chirpy Chips
Vocals Harmony (in-game)
Clash (in-game)
Guitar Takafumi "CO-K" Koukei
Clash (in-game)
Orion (in-game)
Drums Shuntarō Kado
Sid (in-game)
Synthesizer Harmony (in-game)
Game Splatoon
Splatoon 2
Splatoon 3
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Heard in
Squid Beatz
Heard in
Splatoon 2
Squid Beatz 2 (unlocked through Inkling Girl 2 amiibo)
Heard in
Splatoon 3
Album Splatune
Track list no. 29 (Squid Beatz)
14 (Splatune Disc 1)
38 (Squid Beatz 2)
Genre Chiptune
BPM 134
Key signature G Major
Length 2:28
Audio file

Split & Splat is a song by Chirpy Chips.


Split & Splat was one of four songs added in the August Update. Like all battle songs, it has a random chance of being played during online matches. It can also be heard in Squid Beatz, and is included in Splatune.

The song has a rather upbeat and joyous tempo and feeling. The track starts with a repeating chip-tune rhythm accompanied with some chip-tune chord. After this, there is some singing, followed by a short instrumental break, and quickly returns back to some more singing.

In Splatoon 2, Split & Splat can be unlocked to listen in Squid Beatz 2 as a final reward from the Inkling Girl 2 amiibo with a maximum score of 147 and 226 in Normal and Hard modes, respectively. It cannot, however, be heard anywhere else in the base game.

In Splatoon 3, Split & Splat can sometimes play in the lobby.

See also: Split & Splat

The song is also featured in the soundtrack for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and by default, it has a chance of playing on Moray Towers. It can also be heard in the Sounds section in the Vault menu.

Other versions

Split & Splat (Stay Fresh Trailer)

The song was first heard in the Stay Fresh Trailer for the August Update. Near the beginning of the song, it moved one of the sections forward, leading to a longer instrumental opening, with vocals only coming in at around 25 seconds.


  • A behind the scenes video was released showing the recording of Split & Splat. However, the video itself uses the final recording instead of the raw performance. In the video, the track was called Split and Splat, possibly a beta name.
  • In April 2016, Split & Splat was added to Daigasso! Band Brothers P.


Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese Quick Start