Stranger Things propels Kate Bush’s 1985 hit “Running Up That Hill” to #1 on iTunes

Kate Bush has stranger things credit for her 1985 song “Running Up That Hill,” which hit #1 on iTunes, enjoying a surge in popularity.

The title appears prominently in the Netflix show’s fourth season, which was released for the streaming service last Friday (May 27).

The song comes from Bush’s double platinum album dogs of loveShe also overtook “Wuthering Heights” on Spotify to become her most popular track on the service.

“Running Up That Hill” is featured on Max Mayfield’s (Sadie Sink) Walkman in the first episode of the new series and remains an important song for the character in subsequent episodes.

stranger things is known for its ’80s nostalgia, from the haircuts to the fashion to the soundtrack.

Weird Al Yankovich is also mentioned as a new character in the new series. Eddie Munson (played by Joseph Quinn) calls Dustin’s decision to wear Weird Al shirts “brave”.

The popular parody singer behind “Eat It” and “Fat” has since shared a clip of the moment on Twitter, captioning it: “#Brave #Stranger Things.”

As fans dive into season four, people are wondering about the show’s terrifying new antagonist, Vecna.

Here you will learn all about Vecna, his true identity and backstory. Stranger Things propels Kate Bush’s 1985 hit “Running Up That Hill” to #1 on iTunes


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