A new eerie and haunting sound track was released for "Stranger Things" Season 2 titled "Strange Peaks" which was created from its mash-up with another mystery series "Twin Peaks."
The two series has many similarities, said Entertainment Weekly. "Stranger Things" creators, The Duffer Brothers, also mentioned that their thriller series got a bit of inspiration from "Twin Peaks."
"Twin Peaks" is an American crime television series aired 25 years ago (April 1990 to July 1991) created by Mark Frost and David Lynch. The story follows a fictional town of Twin Peaks, Washington, just like the small town of Hawkins, Indiana in "Stranger Things" and follows a group of FBI investigators headed by Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan). The series has a total of two seasons and had been an inspiration to many crime thriller series.
In 2014, It was reveled that the "Twin Peaks" will be coming back in Showtime sometime in 2016, reported Variety, with new arc set in modern day. Series creators Frost and Lynch said the series will not be a remake but more like a sequel of the previous series. The first two original seasons of the series will also be aired in Showtime before the premiere but the release date was later changed to 2017.
The series had completed filming in April 2016, and will feature returning casts including Kyle MacLachlan, Mädchen Amick, Sheryl Lee, Sherilyn Fenn, Ray Wise, and many others. As well as new casts including Jeremy Davies, Monica Bellucci, Trent Reznor, Tom Sizemore, Laura Dern, Tim Roth, Robert Forster, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Ashley Judd, Naomi Watts, Amanda Seyfried and Matthew Lillard.
The first season's soundtrack for "Stranger Things" was created by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of the Austin band SURVIVE, reported Pitchfork, and was released on Vinyl
"Stranger Things" will also return for Season 2 in 2017 at Netflix.