If Vecna really wins Hawkins, or if the Hadron Collider successfully shifts our universe – which events come first – Stranger Things has collaborated with Spotify to make personalized Upside Down Playlists for their fans! After Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” received insane reactions and how amazing the Duffer Brothers used the music to incorporate Season 4 Volume 1’s storyline between episodes, their fans are worth getting their own anti-Vecna anthem. On Twitter, with the hint: “the first song on the list = your savior song“, Stranger Things had revealed unveiled its collaboration with Spotify presenting fans with personalized curated playlists that could certainly save them from Vecna.
While Vecna’s ugly maw was just some inches away from Max Mayfield (Sadie Sink), all fans might think that ‘What an irresistible and heart-wrenching jam!’ Since then, we might have been daydreaming about the Freddy Krueger fanboy’s hunting race. Also, we worry whether we will select the right music and that one song will echo and beat in time with your heart or not. However, now fans are feeling easy thanks to Stranger Things and Spotify collaboration, basically your Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) and Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin). When you click the link on Stranger Things on Twitter, Spotify will create a personalized Upside Down Playlist with 50 tracks.
If you’re a newbie here, Netflix’s ’80s grab bag of nostalgia, Ross Duffer, and Dungeon Masters Matt have separated The Party up across the US between Utah, California, Nevada, Indiana, and the Upside Down, oh, and Russia in the latest season of Stranger Things. Everyone has moved into side quests, while the major quest is to defeat Vecna and protect Hawkins from getting Barbed (too soon?) in the Upside Down. A new monster appeared after the Mind Flayer was defeated in Season 3.
The evil Vecna always choose the prey with painful vulnerabilities like sorrowful home lives and stalk them. Do you remember a scene in The Neverending Story when Atreyu tore our hearts out shouting for Artax not to surrender to the Swamp of Sadness? It is Vecna, the Swamp of Sadness. Vecna’s next target is Max, whose parents are divorced and whose offensive brother’s heart was pulled out of his chest right in front of her. It is fortunate that Robin Buckley (Maya Hawke) and Nancy Wheeler (Natalia Dyer) discovered that music, especially a song particular to the person, can break the trance Vecna lets his victims in.
Cue Episode 4, fans are horrible when seeing Max’s body fly into the air, hovering over the grave of her brother Billy (Dacre Montgomery), arms and legs drooping, eyes moved back in her head. In a short time, Dustin handled to run Max’s Walkman over and put the headphones on her ears. Meanwhile, in Upside Down, Max is combating to save her life since Vecna endangers Aliens her to the wall of his Mind Lair. When everything is supposed to lose, that pop-synth beat raises up Kate Bush reminds Max that her heart has thunder inside. While audiences stopped their breath, Max tore Vecna’s vicious appendage from around her neck and ran for the window to Hawkins that the music opened for her.