Kate Bush will thank the inspiration for one of her most famous songs by contributing to an artwork dedicated to Emily Brontë and her writer sisters.

Bush is one of four women who will write a tribute to the Brontë sisters, which will coincide with the 40th anniversary of the singer-songwriter’s hit single Wuthering Heights, which was inspired by the 1847 novel.

The artwork will be installed on the very “wiley, windy” Yorkshire moors on which Emily Brontë set Wuthering Heights, and will consist of a series of stones marking the route from the Brontë sisters’ birthplace to the family parsonage. To read more click here.