Watch Blossoms parody ‘Stranger Things’ in spoof advert for new album

Northern band release 'Stockport Things' clip

Blossoms have shared a spoof advert for their debut album that parodies hit Netflix show Stranger Things.

The recent NME cover stars released their self-titled LP last Friday (August 5), with the group telling NME that the album “sounds like Taylor Swift, Lana Del Rey and Phil Collins”. The record looks set to top the UK Albums Chart this week.

Following the album’s release, the Stockport band have now unveiled a comedic clip via Twitter that pays homage to the show’s opening sequence and soundtracks clips from the series with their own music. Their version is titled Stockport Things. Watch below.

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Stranger Things is the American supernatural science fiction horror series set in 1980s Indiana, written and directed by The Duffer Brothers and executive produced by Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen. It is expected to return for a second season.

Details have also been revealed of the upcoming Stranger Things soundtrack, with the first volume released on Friday (August 12).

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