Music has always been an important part of "Game of Thrones," and musicians from hit bands like Coldplay and Snow Patrol have made cameos in seasons past. Now comes a report that another band will appear in season 7 — Bastille.
A source told Watchers on the Wall that the British rock band was spotted filming in Northern Ireland. They were dressed as wildlings for a scene in the final episode of the season.
That falls in line with what lead singer Dan Smith told Vogue UK. "We get to check out the set of 'Game of Thrones,' which will be wicked," he said recently.
The band are longtime fans of the show and had Sophie Turner (Sansa) star in their video for "Oblivion."
They follow in the footsteps of other musicians who've made cameos on "Game of Thrones." Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody sang "The Bear and the Maiden Fair" to Jaime Lannister and Brienne of Tarth in season 3. Coldplay drummer Will Champion played at the Red Wedding. Sigur Rós performed "The Rains of Castamere" at Joffrey's doomed wedding. Mastodon died and came back to life as white walkers in the "Hardhome" episode. And Of Monsters and Men were theater musicians in Braavos.
"Game of Thrones" season 7 is expected to premiere sometime this summer.
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