Moby's song connects Stranger Things' season 4 finale with a season 1 heartbreak

Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill" may have been the legitimate signature melody of Stranger Things season 4, yet it wasn't the main melodic through-line to come up in Volume 2. 

A Moby tune that was delivered 10 years after the occasions of the '80s-driven show occur likewise filled in as a return to the primary season's most tragic scene.

Netflix Hopper (David Harbor) comforts his significant other after the deficiency of their girl on 'More interesting Things' season 1.

Yet again in the season 4 finale, which dropped Friday on Netflix, Max (Sadie Sink) is in Vecna's dangerous brain sanctuary — this time willfully to draw him in for a battle — yet with her dependable Walkman squashed 

Her companions can't utilize her number one alt-pop tune to wake her up when Vecna shows no mercy. All things considered 

Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) calls upon her reestablished powers to assist with getting her best bud back by taking the breeze out of Vecna, 

Making Max's close inert body fall back to the real world and into the arms of Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin).

"Max, remain with me," Lucas frantically argues to his young love, as a sobbing Eleven looks on from her mystic domain