Everyone needs time to step back for a bit and that’s just what some stars of Stranger Things did recently as they were seen at an Artic Monkey’s show.
Jospeh Quinn and Charlie Heaton (Eddie Munson and Jonathan Byers in Stranger Things) were recently spotted out at the Primavera Sound Festival in LA enjoying the music of Arctic Monkeys. In the provided video, we can see the duo jamming out and having a great time at the show.
There’s a lot of characters in the Stranger Things universe and Maya Hawke agrees with co-star Millie Bobby Brown about “Stranger Things” having way too many characters. Hawke, who joined the Netflix hit series in its third season as Robin, was taking a lie detector test for Vanity Fair when she was asked if fan favorite Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn) deserved to die at the end of “Stranger Things 4.”
Hawke said: “I don’t think he should’ve died, but I do think the show has too many characters.”
Brown made headlines ahead of “Stranger Things 4” streaming on Netflix by telling press that there are so many actors on the show that they could barely take a photo together on the red carpet at the season’s Hollywood premiere.
Thankfully, we all know of Joseph and Charlie who are also huge Artic Monkeys fans. Joseph is a huge fan of music in general. Quinn enjoyed a pre-show hang at Lollapalooza with Lars, James, Kirk, and Robert, where they chatted about the use of their song in the show. James shared the fact that watching the show with his kids has been a bonding experience for him and his family, and expressed his gratitude for Quinn and Stranger Things doing right by the song.
Quinn let the metal titans know that he spent two years living with the tune in order to get his part right on the show, even though the solo in the song is played by Robert Trujillo’s son Tye. Inevitably, the guitars and drums came out, and the actor ended up playing the beginning of “Master Puppets” right alongside its originators, earning further respect from the band in the process.
Special thanks to UdiscoverMusic and Variety.