A MAN whose son got into ‘Running Up That Hill’ after hearing it on Stranger Things is being weirdly possessive over having heard of Kate Bush first.
Tom Logan, 49, has been both oddly defensive and unpleasantly patronising ever since his son Oliver started enthusing over what Tom claims is his ‘favourite artist of all time’.
Oliver Logan, 16, said: “Dad heard me playing Kate Bush on Spotify and at first seemed excited that I like something he likes, because normally he listens to shit old people music like Oasis.
“But the more I listened, the weirder he got. He kept saying things like ‘I bought this on cassette from Woolworths when it came out in 1985’ and ‘Well, this is one of her more accessible tracks, but you wouldn’t like ‘Suspended in Gaffa’.
“I thought I’d get my own back by putting on Placebo’s version from 2003, but it was so hideous that we turned it off and pretended it had never happened.”
Tom Logan said: “Oliver may describe himself as a ‘superfan’ now, but we both know that if Kate was to choose which one of us to marry it would definitely be me.”