Throughout his musical career, Kate Bush It has visited number one on several music charts around the world numerous times. The British artist already achieved it in her debut in 1978 with her first single Wuthering Heights, which was in the first position of Billboard for a month. She also became the first woman to reach number one on a UK music chart. Later, the singer-songwriter would repeat her success on several more occasions. What she probably never imagined is that generations of young people who didn’t know her work would catapult her back to the top. Running Up That Hill It is the topic that has penetrated the most Stranger Things Season 4. So much so that we could say that the song has reached higher now than when it was released 37 years ago.
Return to fame 40 years later
It’s one thing to climb a hill and quite another to climb Everest to a song that was originally published on 1985. Running Up That Hill has risen thanks to the Stranger Things season 4where the theme sounds around the character of Max.
During this last month, the song of the British artist has returned to be hummed around the world. Currently the music video for this song is within the top 100 songs on YouTube. But not only that. In the middle of June, the song has returned to the first position in the charts from various countries, including Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Austria. Also the song has returned to the first position in Australia and, of course, in the United Kingdom. On Spotify, Running Up That Hill has become the most listened to song in the world.
In fact, Kate Bush herself has appreciated the reception, because, although she is still active, the truth is that she did not expect at all that so many people would make her song fashionable again.
This is the a cappella version of Running Up That Hill
The South Korean group MayTree he does not usually let an opportunity slip away when it is put in front of him. These five artists are experts not only when it comes to singing, but also replicating sounds without using a single musical instrument. Their videos are usually quite viral, and they have already won several contests thanks to the quality of their versions and their creativity when it comes to adapting the hits of the moment.
After the return to fame of Kate Bush, the group has dared to do their own version of Running Up That Hill without instruments. The song was uploaded to their YouTube channel a few days ago, and they already accumulate nearly two million views and hundreds of thousands of likes.
Although they have only performed a minute and a half of the long song —the original lasts almost five minutes—, the truth is that this cover is well worth listening to.
And you? Did you know this song or have you also discovered it thanks to Stranger Things?
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