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Kate Bush shares her statement about 'Running That Hill' in Stranger Things

Kate Bush shares her statement about ‘Running That Hill’ in Stranger Things

Kate Bush in 1979

Kate Bush in 1979
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Singer Kate Bush She made a rare statement about the popularity and comeback of her 1985 song “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” after being used in latest season from Netflix Weird things.

“You may have heard that the first part of a great new series of Weird things It recently launched on Netflix,” Bosch wrote about it website. It features the song ‘Running Up That Hill’ which young fans who love the show are giving a whole new lease on life – I love it too! Because of this, ‘Running Up That Hill’ is shown all over the world and has entered the UK chart at number eight. Really exciting! Many thanks to everyone who supported the song.”

The song is used multiple times throughout the fourth season of Weird things as an ingredient for Sadie Sync Max; Even the song saves her from the villain in us at some point. Bush, an obvious fan of the sci-fi series, says she can’t wait for the rest of season four to arrive in July.

She continues, “I am looking forward to the rest of the series in July.”

The Hounds of love The editorial certainly took a new lease on life as it soared on the Spotify, iTunes, and Billboard charts. He currently has a chance of getting a higher spot on the Hot 100 chart than he originally did in 1985. In addition, there are three more Bush songs currently on the Spotify Viral Chart, including “Cloudbusting”, “Hounds Of Love” and ” Wuthering Heights”. “Running Up That Hill” previously hit the UK charts after being used at the 2012 Olympic closing ceremony.

The first seven episodes of Weird things Season 4 is currently streaming on Netflix, with the remainder of the season debuting on Friday, July 1.

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