This singer is releasing a whole album about ‘Stranger Things’

It'll be called 'Stranger Songs'

A US singer has announced that she is set to release an album inspired by hit Netflix show Stranger Things.

Singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson unveiled the news on Wednesday (January 17) in a tweet that read: “As you all may (or may not know) I am OBSESSED with @Stranger_Things. So obsessed, I’m writing a record inspired by the show! Release date TBA. Stay tuned my Stranger Babies…the 80’s are comin atcha!”.

She has revealed to Billboard that the album will be called ‘Stranger Songs’ and that it will be released when season three of the show premieres (that date is not currently known).

“Finding your connection to another’s art isn’t something I’ve ever built a record on but I feel so inspired by the world Stranger Things has created,” Michaelson said.

“This show brings me back to a place of safety and comfort when everything seemed simple. Especially after losing my parents, the idea of living in that space, even for an hour at a time, is not only intoxicating, it’s necessary. I started writing poems inspired by the show and I realised how connected I was to it and my childhood and to that innocence lost.”

The news was met with excitement from star Shannon Purser, who played Barb in the show. She tweeted at Michaelson: “wait I have loved you for so long this is amazing”. See that tweet beneath.

em>Stranger Things season 2 arrived on Netflix in October. Read everything we know about season 3 here.

Stranger Things actor Finn Wolfhard is set to appear in a new film, The Goldfinch, along with Baby Driver star Ansel Elgort.

Wolfhard will play Young Boris in the adaptation of Donna Tartt’s best-selling novel, which is being directed by Brooklyn filmmaker John Crowley.

The Goldfinch, which is being made by Warner Bros. and Amazon Studios, will also star Elgort as Theo, a young man who was taken in by a wealthy New York family after his mother is killed in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The film will see the narrative split into two parts: one focusing on young Theo struggling to cope following his mother’s passing, and the other following adult Theo as he attempts to recover a stolen painting.