Game of Thrones: Grey Worm, Littlefinger and Lysa Arryn rock out in music videos

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When the Game of Thrones cast members aren’t busy acting in other gigs (or, more likely, sitting around playing Animal Crossing or whatever while we all endure quarantine), they are rocking out. I don’t know what it is, but several GoT alums are appearing in new music videos. Don’t believe me? I’ll show you.

First up, Jacob Anderson (Grey Worm) previews his new music video, which finds him wearing a bunch of outfits from…English history? I see a poofy number that wouldn’t be out of place in the court of Queen Elizabeth I, he’s in a bowler hat at one point, and of course the English flag is behind the little tableau he’s put together here:

The actual video, for a song called “Aristocrats” comes out on June 5. Looks pretty cool!

If you weren’t aware, Anderson — who does music under the name Raleigh Ritchie — is among the most musical of all the Game of Thrones cast members, having released a few proper albums, plus videos aplenty:

I’ll just sit here waiting for the day when Emilia Clarke and Nathalie Emmanuel guest in one of them.

Next up, Aidan Gillen (Littlefinger) is the star of a new music video from Irish post-punk band Fontaines D.C., for their song “A Hero’s Death.” Why is he playing a talk show host for the video? I don’t know. Let’s watch and find out:

And in my personal favorite, Kate Dickie (Lysa Arryn) taps into her inner punk god in the video for “Second” from English electronic punk duo Sleaford Mods. It’s just her lip-syncing to the lyrics and giving full anger face, and it’s great:

Little known fact: Lysa was always one drink way from doing this on Game of Thrones; we just never quite saw her get there.

Also, at some point John Bradley (Sam Tarly) met David Beckham. There’s no music video for that one but congrats to both of them:

I still wanna see Emilia Clarke in a music video. We know she can sing:

Until next time.

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h/t Brooklyn Vegan