British sexy chanteuse Kate Bush bewildered and mystified listeners with her haunting and poetic crooning back in the mid 1980s. Her eerie and exquisite voice caught the eye of Pink Floyd's David Gilmour in 1975 at the age of 16, and three years later she topped the U.K. Singles Chart with her self-written debut song, "Wuthering Heights." Two of her highly praised works, Hounds of Love and Sensual World, showcased her theatrical ability and eclectic approach to blend various musical styles, including alternative, classical, folk and ethnic influences. Some 30 years later, Bush's voice resonates louder and stronger as if a new generation is calling for a renaissance of a gifted genius, a remembrance of an exposed heart, tender and true. Listeners hear it echo in Natasha Khan of Bat for Lashes, Sarah Assbring of El Perro del Mar, Karen Dreijer of Fever Ray and The Knife, and Victoria Bergsman of Taken by Trees.