Stranger Things’ Jamie Campbell Bower and Joseph Quinn dance to Kate Bush’s hit Running Up That Hill

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Stranger Things newcomers Jamie Campbell Bower and Joseph Quinn have sent fans into a frenzy after dancing to Kate Bush’s hit Running Up That Hill.

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The actors were attending a Netflix event in São Paulo, Brazil, on Thursday when they were filmed singing and dancing to the 1985 track, which surged back to popularity after featuring in the supernatural thriller.

In the clip, Joseph, who plays Eddie Munson in the series, could be seen pumping his fist into the air as the chorus to the anthem belted out.

Pals: Stranger Things newcomers Jamie Campbell Bower and Joseph Quinn have sent fans into a frenzy after dancing to Kate Bush's hit Running Up That Hill

Pals: Stranger Things newcomers Jamie Campbell Bower and Joseph Quinn have sent fans into a frenzy after dancing to Kate Bush's hit Running Up That Hill

Laughing: In the clip, Joseph, who plays Eddie Munson in the series, could be seen laughing with his pal Jamie

Laughing: In the clip, Joseph, who plays Eddie Munson in the series, could be seen laughing with his pal Jamie

Pals: Stranger Things newcomers Jamie Campbell Bower and Joseph Quinn have sent fans into a frenzy after dancing to Kate Bush’s hit Running Up That Hill

The 29-year-old took a sip of his drink while his co-star Jamie, who plays Vecna/One/Henry Creel, joined in and started singing along to the song.

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The pair appeared to be huge fans of the song as they danced along to the track, while a Hellfire Club poster could be seen in the background of the video.

After the clip circulated online, fans went wild seeing the pair jamming to the track, which broke records since appearing in the latest series of Stranger Things.

Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: ‘oh my god, joseph quinn and jamie campbell bower jamming to run up that hill i’ve been blessed.’

Sing-along: The actors were attending a Netflix event in São Paulo, Brazil, on Thursday when they were filmed singing and dancing to the 1985 track

Sing-along: The actors were attending a Netflix event in São Paulo, Brazil, on Thursday when they were filmed singing and dancing to the 1985 track

Sing-along: The actors were attending a Netflix event in São Paulo, Brazil, on Thursday when they were filmed singing and dancing to the 1985 track

Popular: Joseph quickly became a fan favorite starring as Eddie Munson in series four of Stranger Things

Popular: Joseph quickly became a fan favorite starring as Eddie Munson in series four of Stranger Things

Popular: Joseph quickly became a fan favorite starring as Eddie Munson in series four of Stranger Things

Another gushed: ‘Good morning only to the video of Joseph Quinn and Jamie Campbell Bower singing Running Up that Hill.’

A third tweeted: ‘I live for the lil video clip where jamie campbell bower & joseph quinn are jamming to run up that hill together.’

While a fourth said of Jamie’s musical talent: ‘Ok, but like part of me really wants to see @jamiecampbellbower karaoke Running Up That Hill lol’

And another joked: ‘Austin Butler wants to be the new superstar and then Jamie Campbell Bower and Joseph Quinn appear.’

In the show, Running Up That Hill happens to be grieving teen Max Mayfield’s (Sadie Sink) favorite song, and it unexpectedly saves her life in episode four.

Character: Jamie plays Vecna/One/Henry Creel in Stranger Things and is the villain of the fourth series

Character: Jamie plays Vecna/One/Henry Creel in Stranger Things and is the villain of the fourth series

Character: Jamie plays Vecna/One/Henry Creel in Stranger Things and is the villain of the fourth series

'I've been blessed!': After the clip circulated online, fans went wild seeing the pair jamming to the track, which broke records since featuring in the latest series of Stranger Things.

'I've been blessed!': After the clip circulated online, fans went wild seeing the pair jamming to the track, which broke records since featuring in the latest series of Stranger Things.

‘I’ve been blessed!’: After the clip circulated online, fans went wild seeing the pair jamming to the track, which broke records since featuring in the latest series of Stranger Things.

The 1985 track then reached the top of the UK charts last month after it appeared in the popular Netflix science fiction series and went viral on TikTok.

It reached the top of the Australian charts, the first time Kate has had a number one in the country since 1978, when her debut single Wuthering Heights claimed the top spot.

The song – written by Kate Bush from her iconic Hounds of Love album – also soared to the top of the Australian charts and hit number one in the iTunes chart in the US.

And since her popularity surged, singer Kate has reportedly earned £1.9million from her hit song Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God).

Popularity: The singer's 1985 track broke records and reached the top of the UK charts last month after its appearance in the fourth series of the Netflix supernatural thriller

Popularity: The singer's 1985 track broke records and reached the top of the UK charts last month after its appearance in the fourth series of the Netflix supernatural thriller

Popularity: The singer’s 1985 track broke records and reached the top of the UK charts last month after its appearance in the fourth series of the Netflix supernatural thriller

And entertainment data company Luminate has estimated that Kate, 63, has made £1.9million in streaming royalties since her hit’s revival as she owns the entire copyright to her music.

Rob Jones, the CEO of Luminate, told CBSMoneywatch: ‘While we’ve seen a notable increase in catalog music streams in recent years — with an annual 20 percent growth alone in 2021 — the Kate Bush story has taken the phenomenon to a new level.’

He also revealed that Running Up That Hill has become the most streamed song both in the US and worldwide after featuring in Stranger Things.

The singer-songwriter recently told BBC Radio 4’s Women’s Hour of the renewed interest in her music: ‘It’s so exciting, it’s quite shocking really, isn’t it?

‘The whole world’s gone mad!’

Tense scenes: In the show, Running Up That Hill happens to be grieving teen Max Mayfield's (Sadie Sink) favorite song, and it unexpectedly saves her life in episode four

Tense scenes: In the show, Running Up That Hill happens to be grieving teen Max Mayfield's (Sadie Sink) favorite song, and it unexpectedly saves her life in episode four

Tense scenes: In the show, Running Up That Hill happens to be grieving teen Max Mayfield’s (Sadie Sink) favorite song, and it unexpectedly saves her life in episode four

She added: ‘The thought of all these really young people hearing the song for the first time and discovering it is, well, I think it’s very special.’

The songstress also admitted that she hadn’t listened to her track in quite a while as she doesn’t tend to replay her ‘old stuff’.

Elsewhere in the rare interview, Kate revealed that her son Albert, 23, things it is ‘pretty cool’ after her song Running Up That Hill was featured in the show.

Host Emma Barnett asked the musician what her son Albert McIntosh – known as Bertie – thinks of a new generation discovering her music.

She said: ‘I think he thinks it’s pretty cool.’

Earnings: A company estimated that Kate (pictured in 1979), 63, has made £1.9million in streaming royalties since her hit's revival as she owns the entire copyright to her music

Earnings: A company estimated that Kate (pictured in 1979), 63, has made £1.9million in streaming royalties since her hit's revival as she owns the entire copyright to her music

Earnings: A company estimated that Kate (pictured in 1979), 63, has made £1.9million in streaming royalties since her hit’s revival as she owns the entire copyright to her music

Asked if Bertie is a fan of the show, Kate answered: ‘We all are! Our friends kept saying ‘have you seen Stranger Things?’ when the first series came out so eventually we binge-watched it and have been watching it ever since.’

After welcoming a legion of new fans thanks to Max’s fight against villain Vecna ​​in Stranger Things, Kate told how she thinks it’s ‘lovely’ that her song has been used as a backdrop for the character’s survival, lauding show makers for using it in a ‘ positive way’.

She explained: ‘I think they put it in a really special place. The Duffer brothers created the series and we watched it right from the word go from the first series onwards, so I was already familiar with the series.

I thought what a lovely way for the song to be used in such a positive way, as a kind of talisman for Max. It’s really touching.’

Kate’s song – the lead track on her Hounds Of Love album – peaked at number two behind Harry Style’s As It Was, but it was later revealed the 80s song had pipped the former One Direction star to the post.

She has now become the oldest female singer to achieve a UK No. 1 single, taking the record from Cher, who reached the top spot with Believe in 1998.

It is Kate’s first time at number one since her debut single, Wuthering Heights, hit number one in 1978 when she was just 19. This means she has also bagged the record for the longest gap between number ones at 44 years.

Running Up That Hill is also currently sitting in the number one spot in Australia, New Zealand, Sweden and Switzerland, and has achieved a new peak in the US charts at number four.

Family: Kate recently revealed in a rare interview that her son Albert (pictured in 2014), 23, things it is 'pretty cool' after her song Running Up That Hill was featured in the show

Family: Kate recently revealed in a rare interview that her son Albert (pictured in 2014), 23, things it is 'pretty cool' after her song Running Up That Hill was featured in the show

Family: Kate recently revealed in a rare interview that her son Albert (pictured in 2014), 23, things it is ‘pretty cool’ after her song Running Up That Hill was featured in the show

It originally reached number three in the UK upon its release and charted again in 12th place in 2012.

Sharing her joy at her song reaching a new audience, she gushed: ‘Yeah! What’s really wonderful I think is that it’s this whole new audience who in a lot of cases, they’ve never heard of me. And I love that!

‘The thought of all these really young people hearing the song for the first time and discovering it, I think it’s very special.’

On what her song – originally titled Deal With God – is about, she explained: ‘I really like people to hear a song and take from it what they want.

‘But originally it was written as an idea of ​​a man and a woman swapping places with each other just to feel what it was like from the other side.’

Success: The song - written by Bush from her iconic Hounds of Love album - soared to the top of the US and Australian charts, and hit number one in the iTunes chart in the US

Success: The song - written by Bush from her iconic Hounds of Love album - soared to the top of the US and Australian charts, and hit number one in the iTunes chart in the US

Success: The song – written by Bush from her iconic Hounds of Love album – soared to the top of the US and Australian charts, and hit number one in the iTunes chart in the US

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