If Kate Bush’s ‘Running Up That Hill’ Has Been The Constant Soundtrack Of Your Life Since You Watched Weird stuff Season 4, you’re not alone. In fact, everyone on the internet is with you. The song — which was also a hit when it came out in 1995 — tops the Billboard charts and is still in the top 10 on both iTunes and Spotify, meaning Kate Bush has made a lot of money. Like, LOTS of money.
CBS reports that, according to Luminate, the song Kate has since earned approximately $2.3 million in streaming royalties Weird stuff dropped (particularly between May 27 and June 23), which is truly incredible.
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After seeing the last two episodes of Weird stuff season 4, Kate wrote a blog post saying, “I had only seen the scenes directly related to using the track so I didn’t know how the story was going to evolve or build up. I was so happy that the Duffer Brothers are using RUTH for Max’ totem, but now that I’ve seen the entire last series I feel very honored that the song was chosen to be part of their roller coaster journey I can’t imagine how much hard work went into making this something on this scale. I’m impressed. They’ve made something really spectacular.”
She also noted that there is a lot of unofficial, low-quality merchandise floating around, and that “the only official merchandise is the pre-existing material available through the official websites. We hope you understand that we want to honor the energy generated by audiences right now. An energy that feels very special, unique and frankly, bloody moving.”
Congratulations Kate, you legend!
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