The young actor took the lead with his sister before a New York Mets baseball game a year ago
Stranger Things actor Gaten Matarazzo gave a stirring rendition of the US national anthem before a New York Mets baseball game in September 2015.
The young actor was joined by his sister Sabrina for the duet at the Citi Field in New York City after they successfully auditioned to do the singing duties before the game, which is a tradition in most American sports.
As Entertainment Weekly reports, the Matarazzos proceeded to deliver a passionate performance of ‘The Star Spangled Banner’, eliciting wild cheers from the crowd.
Watch footage of the performance, which has re-surfaced on the internet today, below.
Elsewhere, Stranger Things has had its second season confirmed by Netflix, who released a teaser trailer earlier today (August 31) to accompany the announcement.
Season two will feature nine episodes – one more than the first season, Netflix has confirmed, with co-creators Matt and Ross Duffy returning. The duo recently told IGN that the second season will “draw influence from a lot of  cinema”.
The streaming service posted a cryptic teaser clip for season two on Twitter this afternoon with the caption: “Message from the Upside Down: #StrangerThings 2 is coming in 2017.” Watch the trailer below.