Kate Bush and her 1985-released single 'Running Up That Hill' reached Number 1 in the UK singles charts this weekend, breaking several records in the process.
The track's meteoric rise to the top comes as a result of its feature in the newest series of Netflix 80s-set sci-fi Stranger Things, during key scenes for main character Max.
The track taken from Bush's 'Hounds Of Love' album now holds the record for the longest amount of time taken from a track's release to reach number one, a record previously held by Wham's 'Last Christmas' which took 36 years.
Bush now also holds the record for the longest gap between Number 1 singles, with her previous (and only) UK Number 1 being 'Wuthering Heights' released in 1978.
She's also become the oldest female to ever reach Number 1 in the UK at 63-years-old, with Cher previously having held the record for 'Believe' hitting the milestone when she was 52.
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Bush released a rare statement regarding the track's chart success via her website: "I’m overwhelmed by the scale of affection and support the song is receiving and it’s all happening really fast, as if it’s being driven along by a kind of elemental force."
“I have to admit I feel really moved by it all. Thank you so very much for making the song a No. 1 in such an unexpected way.”
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