08th December 2022
WEDNESDAY: SEARCHES FOR ‘THE CRAMPS’ SOAR BY 464% AS FANS GO “GOO GOO” FOR THE ICONIC DANCE
Analysis of Google search data from Jeffbet.com reveals that global searches for 80’s pop/rock band ‘The Cramps’ ‘have soared by 464% since the Netflix show, Wednesday, launched, as fans are increasingly desperate to learn the dance routine to “Goo Goo Muck”.
The show aired on November 23, however in the last seven days as viewers sank into episode 4, which saw a remarkable dance scene performed to the song, fans can’t get enough, as searches for ‘Goo Goo Muck dance’ have also increased by 426%.
Searches for Lady Gaga's track 'Bloody Mary' have also increased by 132.5% globally in the last 30 days, too, as TikTok users have been recreating the dance moves to this sound track, despite it not featuring on the show.
Alongside this, Spotify data shows that the song ‘Goo Goo Muck’ now has 10,397,335 hits as of Tuesday December 6, and according to Billboard, the song has seen a 5000% increase in US streams from 23-28 November, going from 2,500 daily streams to 134,000.
An entertainment expert from Jeffbet.com said: "It’s always interesting to see how TV shows influence the music we stream, and this is a great example of how an 80’s hit can make a huge revival. Earlier this year, Kate Bush’s track ‘Running up a hill’ saw huge success from Stranger Things 4, and it looks as though ‘Goo Goo Muck’ is set to follow suit.”
The hashtag #WednesdayAddams is also trending on Twitter today (Dec, 6) with 25.1K tweets as fans go wild for the show.