Resurfaced video shows Kate Bush making chaotic cup of tea
Iconic British singer Kate Bush has gained a new generation of fans after one of her songs featured in the Netflix sci-fi series Stranger Things.
The singer’s iconic 1985 track 'Running Up That Hill (Deal with God)' played a major role in one of the character’s storylines in the show’s fourth season.
Thanks to the popularity of 80s-inspired Stranger Things, a whole new generation has been introduced to Bush.
Since the first episodes of season four were released on the streaming site on 27th May, her songs have since featured on TikTok and 'Running Up That Hill (Deal with God)' has risen to Number 1 on the iTunes charts.
But, some OG fans appear to have taken issue with Gen Z getting on board with the folk singer’s music, sparking a conversation about gatekeeping.
On Twitter, one fan wrote: “Kate Bush did not go through wuthering heights, run all the way up that hill to make a deal with god & shout babooshka for y’all to be finding out about her in 2022!”
Someone else made another comparison, writing: “‘I can’t believe gen z are only finding out about Kate Bush through Stranger Things!!’
"Get f**ked there’s a whole generation of people who first heard David Bowie through Shrek.”
\u201c\u201cI can\u2019t believe gen z are only finding out about Kate Bush through Stranger Things!!\u201d get fucked there\u2019s a whole generation of people who first heard David Bowie through Shrek\u201d