Maybe she’ll write a song about itIncredible news! I wonder if we'll get an interview from her anytime soon. I'd love to hear from her what this whole experience has been like for her watching this unfold. What we've seen with this resurgence is truly a phenomenon and unheard of. Most older songs that get a boost has its moment for a few days, maybe a week at the most and then go away, but this not only had a boost, it's remained stable for weeks now, and has been picking up airplay like its a brand new single which has been insane to see.
As for the future of the song, Chase explains that this could be the beginning of a Kate Bush renaissance, something that has happened to the likes of Fleetwood Mac and alternative acts that have begun to gain a wider audience in the 2020s.
“Even though Kate is a well-established musician with multiple Grammy and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominations, she isn’t an artist you can buy on a t-shirt at Hot Topic or a tote bag with her picture on it at Target – but Fleetwood Mac is,” Chase says, noting that Bush might be heading to a similarly legendary status among younger generations as they begin to devour her discography. “There is a surge of excitement that so many people feel when they are among the first to discover ‘the next big thing,’ and those unfamiliar with Kate Bush’s history may be attempting to claim that.”