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Ingrid Michaelson is gearing up to drop her new Stranger Things inspired album called Stranger Songs.

She’s previously teased that her next album would be inspired by the Netflix show.

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Each song on the album references the show in some way.

“There’s something about Stranger Things that’s really comforting, it brings me back to my childhood. It’s the best kind of escapism and I find myself seeking that now more than ever,” Michaelson said in a statement. “I took inspiration from the show and the characters and all these ideas started to come to me. Every song on the record includes a reference from the show, some more specific than others, but all of the themes are universal.”

The album comes out June 28, a week before the third season of the show debuts. You can preorder it here.

You can listen to “Jealous” from the album below.


Stranger Things season 3 hits Netflix July 4th. Check out a trailer below.

More Stranger Things news

We’re just one month away from the premiere of Stranger Things season 3, and to hold us over, we’ve been given an epic new poster that gives us an even closer look at this new monster.

Check it out below!

We’ll have more than America’s independence to celebrate as season 3 of Stranger Things hits Netflix July 4.

After David Harbour, who plays Hopper, opened up about the “unexpected” third season, we’ve basically been losing our minds in anticipation.

Now, a new poster has arrived right as we hit that 30-day mark, featuring both new and old characters from the show.

We also get another look at this new monster from the Upside Down. Check it out below!

Last month, Dark House announced it will release its first Stranger Things prequel comic series called Stranger Things: Six. It contains four issues that focus on events that occurred before the first season of the Netflix show.

The story focuses on one of Eleven’s fellow test subjects in the Hawkins laboratory named Francine.

“A teenage girl with precognitive abilities, has struggled through a lifetime of exploitation only to end up the pawn of a government agency that wants to harness her powers for its own ends,” reads an official synopsis.

The first issue of the comic hits shelves May 29. You can see a preview of it today at The Hollywood Reporter.

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