Running Up That Hill: 50 Visions of Kate Bush
A mosaic biography featuring snapshots, stories, episodes, interviews and insights that will lift the curtain on the real Kate Bush.
Kate Bush: the subject of murmured legend and one of the most idiosyncratic musicians of the modern era. Comprising fifty chapters or 'visions', The Big Sky is a multi-faceted biography of this famously elusive figure, viewing her life and work from fresh and illuminating angles. Featuring details from the author's one-to-one conversations with Kate, as well as vignettes of her key songs, albums, videos and concerts, this artful, candid and often brutally funny portrait introduces the reader to the refreshingly real Kate Bush. Along the way, the narrative also includes vivid reconstructions of transformative moments in her career and insights from the friends and collaborators closest to Kate, including her photographer brother John Carder Bush and fellow artists David Gilmour, John Lydon and Youth. The Big Sky is a vibrant and comprehensive re-examination of Kate Bush and her many creative landmarks.