Stranger Things 4 Volume 1 has got everyone hooked with the unexpected plot and many teasers for the upcoming episodes. The seven-episode part is divided into three main subplots, Jim Hopper’s rescue operation, the new demon growing in the Upside Down named Vecna, and Eleven’s mission to regain her superpowers. Now let’s know who is Vecna? It is a big scary monster who is responsible for killings and wreaking devastation in Hawkins.
Seems like there is no such way for stopping this monster, except for one thing, which is Music. It becomes very clear to us when the demon targets Max. This is the time when the gang discovers that the only strategy to save her from his curse is to play Max her favorite song. Her friends then play the song “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” by Kate Bush, which helps in protecting Max’s life. Following this, a Twitter trend started used by a user named tonypraysick, after which, “What’s your Vecna song?” became a trick to ask for someone’s favorite song.
Stranger Things’ Star Jamie Campbell Bower Reveals Which Song Would Save Him From Vecna
At this point, most of us have seen Stranger Things Season 4 and know exactly which song would save us from the show’s most terrifying new monster. Even Jamie Campbell Bower, who plays the role of demon king of the “Upside Down” on Netflix’s series, revealed which song would save him from his character: Miley Cyrus‘ 2009 hit “Party In The USA.” This Sunday, he told ET Canada on the MTV Movie & TV Awards red carpet:
“If I’m being cheeky and fun, it would be Miley Cyrus ‘Party In The USA”
This is revealed in the 4th episode of the May-released new season of Stranger Things, Vecna the monster, who kills people from the inside out by occupying and possessing their minds can be defeated if one listens to their favorite song. According to the show, music has a unique way of bringing down people in reality. And though Bush’s song is the one that protected Max from Vecna, the Vecna actor himself admitted that he’s also a fan of the 1985 track. He said that Placebo’s 2003 cover of it would also have defensive powers over him.