Stranger Things Vecna Spotify Playlist, These Songs Can Save You

So, who went up the charts along with Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill”? It’s our excitement for the newly released Volume II of “Stranger Things,” and by “going up,” we also mean that Vecna got us high on trance!

In addition to taking over the world and crashing Netflix, Stranger Things has brought us some cool news: Spotify will soon release a personal playlist that will help you find your “savior song” in case Vecna leaves Hawkins.

Stranger Things Vecna Spotify Playlist- These Songs Can Save You

Let’s say Vecna has you in his death grip. Which song do you think will help you escape? Well, you don’t have to try hard because Spotify has made it easier.

Music is so powerful that it opens a door to freedom. Now, Spotify has teamed up with this great show to let you make your own upside-down playlist.

How does it work? The app makes a list of songs so that everyone can find their No. 1 “savior song.” Now you know the key pieces of music to break the trance.

Stranger Things on Netflix has a big impact, especially when it comes to starting the ’80s nostalgia trend. In the Volume I episode where Vecna (Jamie Campbell Bower) tried to control Max Mayfield (Sadie Sink), Max escaped upside-down while her friends played her favorite song, “Running Up That Hill.”

Also, Kate Bush’s song reached No. 1 on iTunes when the fourth season came out, and it was used in that episode. It shows that the show was able to put music from the 1980s back at the top of the charts for new music.

Stranger Things Vecna Spotify Playlist Custom Made

The show ended on a cliffhanger, and recently, the show’s producers, the Duffer Brothers, raised the stakes by saying that five people died on the show, which was a subtle hint at Season Five.

Starting with Winona Ryder, Millie Bobby Brown, Maya Hawke, Zoe Kerry, David Harbour, and many more, the show has A-list actors and a very interesting storyline.

Now, if you want to find a song that will help you leave the Upside Down, Spotify will let each user make their own “Upside Down Playlist” with all of their favorite songs on it.

The app will have some songs from the show’s soundtrack as well as music you may not have heard before. Also, each playlist has 50 songs, which is about two to three hours. That should be more than enough time to run away from Vecna in slow motion.

When you log in to the Spotify app, you’ll see your playlist. It’s time to levitate, nerds!

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