Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard covers Mac Demarco

Hear 'Mike Wheeler' take on 'Salad Days'

Stranger Things actor Finn Wolfhard has unveiled yet another song cover – this time taking on Mac Demarco’s ‘Salad Days’. Check it out below.

We’ve seen Millie Bobby Brown who plays Eleven share her covers of Amy Winehouse, John Lennon and Adele , while Wolfhard has previously covered ‘Lithium’ by Nirvana. Now, the cult actor has shared a little more of his musical talent and given some more insight into his musical tastes by Tweeting his cover of Mac Demarco’s ‘Salad’ Days’.

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As Season 2 of Stranger Things is now well into production, this week saw Sadie Sink and Dacre Montgomery introduced as two new cast members.

Dacre Montgomery, soon to be seen in the Power Rangers reboot movie, will play Max’s older step-brother, Billy. His character is said to be “a classic girlfriend-stealing bad boy”.

Child actress Sadie Sink – who has previously guested in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmit – will play Max, who is described as “a tomboy with a complicated history and a suspicious streak”.

Meanwhile, Stranger Things actor Noah Schnapp has addressed speculation surrounding his character Will’s sexuality – saying “I hope the real answer never comes out.”

Creators of the show have been reading fan theories about the upcoming plot, and reveal that some of them are correct.

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