Stranger Things: Kate Bush’s Running Up That Hill soars to Number 1

Stranger Things: Kate Bush’s Running Up That Hill soars to Number 1

Kate Bush's 1985 hit ‘Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)’ is experiencing a resurgence thanks to ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4.

Kate Bush's 1985 hit ‘Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)’ is experiencing a resurgence thanks to ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4.

British pop singer Kate Bush is topping charts and breaking records thanks to the track’s use to summon Sadie Sink’s Max out of the Upside-Down.

British pop singer Kate Bush is topping charts and breaking records thanks to the track’s use to summon Sadie Sink’s Max out of the Upside-Down.

‘Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)’ originally peaked at Number 30 all the way back in 1985.

‘Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)’ originally peaked at Number 30 all the way back in 1985.

The song's use in ‘Stranger Things’ propelled it back onto US charts. It quickly became the first US Top 10 hit in Bush's nearly 50-year career.

The song's use in ‘Stranger Things’ propelled it back onto US charts. It quickly became the first US Top 10 hit in Bush's nearly 50-year career.

The track appears on Bush’s 1985 fifth studio album, ‘Hounds Of Love’.

The track appears on Bush’s 1985 fifth studio album, ‘Hounds Of Love’.

A revamped version of the song was used in the closing ceremony of the London Olympics in 2012.

A revamped version of the song was used in the closing ceremony of the London Olympics in 2012.

It became most-streamed track in the world in July, reaching Number 1 on Spotify charts in the UK and the US after earning 57 million listens in just 1 week.

It became most-streamed track in the world in July, reaching Number 1 on Spotify charts in the UK and the US after earning 57 million listens in just 1 week.