On Sunday night, hundreds of artists and musicians will gather in Los Angeles, hoping to take home one of the most prestigious awards in music at the Grammy Awards.

Spotify, the streaming music service, thinks it has the inside track to the winner’s circle.

The company analyzed which nominee in each category has the most song and album streams as a way to project who will take homethe prized gramophones. Of course, popularity does not necessarily determine who will win the awards, so Spotify’s predictions are essentially a poll of its users.

With that said, Spotify predicts that Gotye will win record of the year and best pop duo/group performance with his melancholic and quirky song, “Somebody That I Used to Know.”

Spotify also projected that the British folk band Mumford & Sons will win album of the year, beating The Black Keys, Jack White, Frank Ocean and Fun.

In addition, according to the projections, Carly Rae Jepsen’s catchy summer hit “Call Me Maybe,” will be awarded best pop solo, and The Lumineers will leave the evening with the award for best new artist, besting Frank Ocean, Fun., and Alabama Shakes.