British singer-songwriter Kate Bush topped the UK singles chart on Friday with her 1985 song “Running Up That Hill”.Breaking many records for the song that re-emerged thanks to the Netflix series “Stranger Things”.
“Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” reached number three on its original release, but found a new fan base among the younger generation in the final season of the 1980s series of supernatural horror set in a fantasy city. Hawkins, Indiana.
The song, which belongs to Bush’s album “Hounds of Love”, has performed well on the music charts in several countries, including the United States, since the first volume of episodes of the fourth season of “Stranger Things” premiered on Netflix on Netflix. end of May.
Bush, who rose to fame in 1978 with her debut single “Wuthering Heights,” in which the 19-year-old won her unique voice and expressive dance steps, won rare public comment about the song’s renewed popularity and that it came after the sci-fi drama created by the Matt Brothers. Ross Dover.
It is very touching that the song received such a warm reception, especially since it was so popular with young fans of “Bush, 63, in a statement this month.” I am very happy that the Dover brothers are receiving such a positive response to their latest innovation. They deserve it.”
The official charts company said Friday that Bush has set three official chart records: the longest time a single has reached number one on the official singles chart — 37 years — as well as the highest-grossing female artist. #1 on the official singles chart.
He added that 44 years after his last UK record, Wuthering Heights, Bush also holds the record for the longest running No. 1 in the official list’s history.
The way a new generation of music fans have taken her classic theme to their hearts truly cements Kate’s status as one of the all-time greats, if that’s what it takes. Official Charts Company, Martin Talbot, in a statement.