2020 has been a tough year by almost any measure. Between the global pandemic, the civil unrest, political turmoil, the death of live music and the loss of both Koby Bryant and Sean Connery, it’s been a wild ride and moostly just a major bummer.

That sad truth is reflected by Google’s top-search results for this foul year. Google recently published their “Year in Search Results” which, it turns out, provides a pretty accurate illustration of the spirit of the times.

Which makes sense. Google is like our village wise-man, who we run to with personal questions or concerns during troubling times. And Google’s been answering some pretty grim questions, returning some rather bleak searches. It’s like a track-list for the album of 2020.

So let’s break it down.

The top 10 overall searches:

  1. Coronavirus
  2. Election results
  3. Kobe Bryant
  4. Zoom
  5. IPL
  6. India vs. New Zealand
  7. Coronavirus update
  8. Coronavirus symptoms
  9. Joe Biden
  10. Google classroom

The top 10 “news” searches:

  1. Coronavirus
  2. Election results
  3. Iran
  4. Beirut
  5. Hantavirus
  6. Stimulus checks
  7. Unemployment
  8. Tesla stock
  9. Bihar election results
  10. Black Lives Matter

And the top concert searches of the year — either all virtual, radio or drive in:

  1. Together at Home concert
  2. Fire Fight Australia concert
  3. Garth Brooks drive in concert
  4. Travis Scott Fortnite concert
  5. BTS online concert
  6. iHeartRadio concert
  7. Andrea Bocelli concert
  8. Elton John concert
  9. Meerkat Music Take That concert
  10. Metallica drive in concert

Check out the other top searches for people, actors, loss and momre on the Year in Search 2020.