Kate Bush surprised a local Aussie choir with a personal touch as her hit Running Up That Hill climbed back to the top of the UK charts after appearing on Stranger Things
Kate Bush surprised an Australian choir with a personal note after they released a rendition of her single Running Up That Hill.
Brisbane-based Pub Choir performed the 1985 hit, which became popular again after being featured on Strange things.
Dear Brisbane Pub Choir, I’ve been so busy I’ve only just had a chance to watch you all sing RUTH,’ she began the letter, news.com.au reported.
Kate Bush surprised Australian band with a personal touch after her hit song blew up when it was featured on Stranger Things
“It is extremely, extremely wonderful! I love so much! Thank you all. You sing very beautifully.”
“I am incredibly touched by your warmth and all your smiling faces. Thank you! With much love, Kate, she finished the note.
Kate is currently number one in the charts in the UK and in several other countries around the world, and is worth an estimated £47 million.
Brisbane-based Pub Choir performed the 1985 hit, which became popular after it was featured in Stranger Things. “It is extremely, extremely wonderful! I love so much! Thank you all. You sing very beautifully,” Kate wrote
The 62-year-old star, who is known for avoiding the limelight, is firmly back in it after the fourth series of hit Netflix show Stranger Things took her to the top of the charts for the first time in 37 years.
After Running Up That Hill appeared in the fourth series of the last season, she won over a whole new generation of Gen Z fans, and for those who have supported her since the 70s, it forced the singer to break several years of silence.
Kate, who has been a fan of the sci-fi series since it debuted in 2016, told Woman’s Hour that the world had “gone mad” and that she was excited by the “extraordinary” response to the song during an interview on the program last month . .
Known for avoiding the limelight, Kate is firmly back in it after the fourth season of hit Netflix show Stranger Thing took her to the top of the charts for the first time in 37 years
It was the first time Kate’s voice has been heard in public in years, possibly since her concerts at the Hammersmith Apollo in London in 2014, but fans are likely to be disappointed if they think this marks the singer’s return to public life.
Kate, who has sold almost seven million records, is great at keeping her personal life private and lives a simple life in her £6.4m Oxfordshire pile, where she drops in on neighbours, inquires about their health and still signs the odd autograph.
Her partner of 30 years, guitarist and music producer Dan McIntosh, is as low-key as Kate, and while the couple had a son, Albert McIntosh, known as Bertie, in 1998, his birth was not announced until years later. when Peter Gabriel blurted out during an interview.
After Running Up That Hill appeared in the fourth series of the last season, she won over a whole new generation of Gen Z fans, and for those who have supported her since the 70s, it forced the singer to break several years of silence