Kate Bush upset about the resurgence of her former success





(London) ‘The world has gone mad’: Kate Bush describes the return of her success as ‘quite overwhelming’. running up That Hill Topping the UK charts 37 years after its release, reinvigorated by the series stranger things.

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The title is experiencing a huge boost in popularity thanks to the success of the fantasy series, which returned to Netflix at the end of May for a fourth and penultimate season, in the storyline in which it plays a major role.

It follows the group of friends from the fictional town of Hawkins in 1986, six months after the Battle of Starcourt Mall, who face a new supernatural threat.

“It’s such a good show, I thought the track would get a bit of attention,” said the 63-year-old British singer in an interview broadcast by BBC Radio on Wednesday.

“But I never thought it would be something like this. It’s so exciting. But it’s pretty annoying, really. I mean the whole world has gone crazy,” she added.

“Having all these very young people hearing and discovering the song for the first time is very special,” she continued, adding that she herself “never” heard her old tracks.

With her track hitting number one in the UK and abroad on June 17, Kate Bush broke several records including longest time between releases of single (1985) and its rise to the top of the charts. She also became the oldest artist to top the charts.

“There was great music in the ’80s, but I think we’re in an incredibly exciting time today,” although it’s “very difficult” for a lot of people, she said.

After her musical successes, Kate Bush had been very reserved in recent decades. His latest studio album 50 words for snow dates back to 2011 and after a series of sold-out concerts in London in 2014, she hasn’t said if she’s working on new projects.

She also credited her experience of confinement during the pandemic, which she spent watching series and gardening. “Gardening is my thing now,” she says.

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