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Check Out Netflix’s Music Video for ‘Stranger Things 2’

If you are anything like us, you have already binge-watched Stranger Things 2. Though season 2 is over, and we are all asking ourselves what we will be doing for the next 365 days until season 3 comes out, there are a number of stranger things to help tie us over (for at least a little bit).

The music throughout both seasons can stand alone, and adds so much feeling to each scene. Stranger Things would not be what it is today if it were not for the music. Netflix knows the impact, and put together an 80s inspired music video for season 2 titled, Totally Tubular. The music video does a great job of tying in the 80s Synth-Pop sound, along with the 80s colors and pop culture. The video is not a spoiler, but it does share some stand out one liners and moments in season two that fans will appreciate.

Check it out below, and let us know what else can help with our Stranger Things withdrawals.

 

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