This is thanks to the latest sequels to the mysterious Stranger Things series produced by the Netflix streaming service.
The song topped the UK charts after its first release, but has now found a new fan base among the young thanks to a series set in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana.
The song from the album Hounds of Love placed well in the charts in several other countries, including the United States, after the premiere of the fourth season of the Stranger Things series premiered at the end of May.
“It’s very moving that the song was so well received, especially thanks to the young fans who love the show,” the singer said in a statement this month.
Bush became famous at the age of 19 in 1978 with her debut single Wuthering Heights, who impressed with her unique voice and expressive dance creations.