What's your savior song? Spotify releases personalized 'Upside Down' playlist to free you from Vecna's curse
Just in case you get cursed by Vecna in some alternate universe and you need your ‘favorite’ song to save you from its deadly torment, Spotify's new playlist has got your back—or your entire life, really.
Spotify partnered with Stranger Things in releasing a personalized set of tracks that can reportedly save fans from Vecna’s curse, referencing the scene from Stranger Things 4 when Max (Sadie Sink) was released from Vecna’s lethal grasp by listening to Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” which was her favorite song.
Do you want to know what your “Running Up That Hill” moment is? The personalized playlist works based on Spotify’s algorithm, which will dive through your laundry list of songs with the first song on the list being your savior song.
wanna know what songs would save YOU from vecna? head to your Upside Down Playlist on @Spotify to find out— Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) June 29, 2022
🎧 the first Song on the list = your savior song 🎧
Twitter fans were hyped up with the new playlist, posting the songs they got from the algorithm, with some saying the first song would definitely save them.
If you have Spotify search "Upside Down Playlist" to see what songs you could use to escape from Vecna
Such a nice ass feature— stanley (@stanleyliveson) June 30, 2022
One of the songs on my Spotify "Upside Down Playlist" to help me escape Vecna is "Stacy's Mom" by Fountains of Wayne and I think that's beautiful.— Lethality Jane🌻 (@LethalityJane) June 30, 2022
Want to test your savior song in action?
Fans based in the Philippines can also get up close to meet Vecna, the Stranger Things 4 villain, through an interactive art installation at the Glorietta 4 Activity Center happening this weekend. The Stranger Things 4 light show is open to the public from June 30 to July 2, 6 to 8 PM.
Stranger Things 4 Volume 2 will be released today, July 1, on Netflix at 12 a.m. Pacific Time (PT) or 3 p.m. here in the Philippines.