The character played by Sadie Sink revives the hit of the year 85 “Running Up That Hill”.
Stranger Things is back for a fourth season, released last Friday on Netflix. The fantasy series with an 80s aesthetic has refined its playlist and is already moving the Top iTunes in the United States. In the first place, we find a tube of the year 85: Running Up That Hill of Kate Bushbefore Lady Gaga and the soundtrack of Top Gun: Maverick.
First album sign Hound of Loveit should have been called A Deal With God, a title that was changed for fear of censorship in Catholic countries. The song is one of the biggest hits of the British singer, behind Wuthering Heights and Babooshka. The clip right here:
The song plays on a loop in Max’s headphones from the first episode, as she wanders through the halls of the school, staring blankly. (Watch out, what’s next spoiler from Season 3!) In an interview for IGN, Sadie Sinkthe interpreter of the best friend of Eleven, explains: When we see her in this fourth season, it is as if she had given up and completely distanced herself from her friends. For Billy, it’s a complicated situation because the two weren’t that close. But he was still her brother and his death changed her forever: this event changed her feelings and her way of thinking”.
And it’s not the first time that Stranger Things brings old hits to the surface. In season 3, Dustin and Suzie sing The NeverEnding Storythe theme from The NeverEnding Story interpreted by the singer Limahl : at the time, the number of searches on YouTube had increased by 800%.
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