Kate Bush Calls Her Music a ‘Strong Force’ for Children (Flashback)

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Thanks to ‘Stranger Things,’ Kate Bush and hit ’80s songs, such as ‘Running Up That Hill,’ are back on the music charts! ET is looking back at an interview with the singer from 1985, where she opened up about her album, ‘Hounds of Love.’ As someone who broke onto the scene when she was young — and around the same age of the Netflix sci-fi drama’s teenage ensemble — Kate explained why music can be so important to kids. She also discussed making the music video for ‘Cloudbusting’ and working with Donald Sutherland.

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