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Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill" hit #1, 37 years after its release

Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” hit #1, 37 years after its release

Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” hit the UK charts 37 years after its release.

Interest in the 1985 song resurfaced after it appeared in the new season of Weird things to Netflix.

After spreading among young fans on social media, many of whom were listening to Bush’s music for the first time, the song began climbing charts all over the world, resulting in Bush to make an extraordinary public statement To thank fans for their support.

On Friday (June 17), the song Running Up That Hill was announced to have reached number one on the official singles chart, a feat she had never achieved when the song debuted in 1985 and peaked at number three.

Bosch jumped back into the charts, breaking three records in the history of the UK charts.

The song breaks the record previously held by Wham! (for ‘Last Christmas’) for a longer period of time than it took to reach number one on the official singles chart.

Bush, at 63, is also the oldest female artist to have a number one single and has the largest gap in history between number one singles, having last topped it in 1978 with the song Wuthering Heights.

Earlier this week, Bush returned to his blog to share his surprise when “Running Up That Hill” hit the charts.

Describing it as “exciting,” he wrote, “There are so many positive responses to the song. I’ve never experienced anything like this before!”

“Thank you very much again to the Duffer Brothers for their latest extraordinary series of Weird thingsA whole new audience is discovering music.”

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The full audio clip Stranger Things: Netflix Music Series, Season 4 (Including Volume One and Volume Two) will be available on CD and cassette tape on Friday, September 9th. Vinyl versions of the album are scheduled to be released later this year.

Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” hit the UK charts 37 years after its release.

Interest in the 1985 song resurfaced after it appeared in the new season of Weird things to Netflix.

After spreading among young fans on social media, many of whom were listening to Bush’s music for the first time, the song began climbing charts all over the world, resulting in Bush to make an extraordinary public statement To thank fans for their support.

On Friday (June 17), the song Running Up That Hill was announced to have reached number one on the official singles chart, a feat it had never achieved when the song debuted in 1985 and peaked at number three.

Bosch jumped back into the charts, breaking three records in the history of the UK charts.

The song breaks the record previously held by Wham! (for ‘Last Christmas’) for a longer period of time than it took to reach number one on the official singles chart.

Bush, at 63, is also the oldest female artist to have a number one single and has the largest gap in history between number one singles, having last topped it in 1978 with the song Wuthering Heights.

Earlier this week, Bush returned to his blog to share his surprise when “Running Up That Hill” hit the charts.

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Describing it as “exciting,” he wrote, “There are so many positive responses to the song. I’ve never experienced anything like this before!”

“Thank you very much again to the Duffer Brothers for their latest extraordinary series of Weird thingsA whole new audience is discovering music.”

The full audio clip Stranger Things: The Netflix Audio Series, Season 4 (Including Volume One and Volume Two) will be available on CD and cassette tape on Friday, September 9th. Vinyl versions of the album are scheduled to be released later this year.