And the beat goes on. Game of Thrones is over, but the music of Game of Thrones is still lodged firmly in fans’ brains, and they’re still covering it. These are their stories.
Let’s start the revue with a soothing acoustic version of the show’s main theme, filmed in a forest for verisimilitude:
But of course, you don’t need to be in a forest to catch the spirit of Game of Thrones. You can do it anywhere, as long as you have Westeros in your heart:
This fan overlays it onto a completed 4D puzzle:
A fan plays “Jenny of Oldstones” on a rather beautiful guitar:
Speaking of “Jenny of Oldstones,” here’s a hauntingly beautiful cover by B L Á N I D:
We now take you to da club, as MusicEye renders the main theme on Korg microkorg XL synthesizer.
Alright, let’s get epic. This choir and orchestra mixes “Choir of the Bells” with Game of Thrones songs:
Hot damn, I want it to be Christmastime again so I can put this on repeat.
Okay, that was very stimulating. Let’s relax a bit with this rendition of the main theme played on an app:
We’re hearing a lot of the main theme. How about a metal cover of “The Rains of Castamere”?
We’ve also got a stirring orchestral arrangement of the House Stark theme.
The strings in this one always make me well up a bit.
And we’ll wrap it up with a classical Malay version of the theme song. This one is a little abstract, but very compelling:
Finally, this isn’t really a cover, but if you’re wondering what to do during quarantine, here’s a suggestion:
Don’s stop the music!