British singer-songwriter Kate Bush described the return of her song “Running Up That Hill” to the top of the UK charts as “shocking”, and said its sudden popularity was “very special”.
Works released in 1985 reached number one last Friday after having Featured in the science fiction drama series “Stranger Things” by streaming Netflix.
“It’s just extraordinary. (…) It’s such a great series. I thought the track would get some attention, but I never thought it would be something like this”, Kate Bush said in an interview with BBC Radio 4 said in.
“That’s so exciting. But it’s really shocking, isn’t it? I mean, the whole world went crazy,” he said.
The song “Running Up That Hill” originally reached No. 1 in 1985.But it rose again 37 years later when a new generation discovered it through Netflix production.
Kate Bush tops UK charts again after 44 years to do it with your first One “Wuthering Heights”.
In a rare interview, the 63-year-old artist also emphasized that it was “amazing” that his music “reached a whole new audience”, many of whom had never heard of him.
“The idea of all these young people listening to music for the first time and discovering it (…) is very special”, he said.
“Running Up That Hill” was recently ranked number one in countries such as Australia, Belgium and Sweden and number four in the United States, appearing in the top five of Billboard magazine for the first time.