First Kate Bush, now Metallica: Due to a high-profile function on Season 4 of Stranger Issues, the steel legends have loved a pleasant little bump on the Billboard charts, with the 1986 tune “Grasp of Puppets” getting into the Scorching 100 for the primary time ever.
After Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn) shredded the tune from the Upside Down (with an help from Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo’s son Tye, who recorded extra guitar components for the scene), “Grasp of Puppets” entered at No. 40 on the Billboard Scorching 100 for the week of July sixteenth.
Kate Bush was the primary artist to learn from the so-called Stranger Issues bump this yr. In June, her 1985 single “Operating Up That Hill (A Take care of God)” re-entered the Billboard charts at No. 4, whereas it topped the UK Singles Chart. Bush’s popular culture resurgence prompted the reclusive artist to present a uncommon interview with BBC Radio 4’s Lady’s Hour podcast. “There’s all these actually younger individuals listening to the tune for the primary time and discovering it,” she stated. “I feel it’s so particular.”
“Grasp of Puppets” additionally just lately soundtracked a video of crop artwork Netflix commissioned in tribute to Munson, who turned a fan-favorite character this season. Take a look at the environmental ode to the metalhead right here, and watch the aforementioned guitar-shredding scene from Stranger Issues beneath.