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2CELLOS Rock Out in King’s Landing for GAME OF THRONES Medley

As someone that loves the Game of Thrones‘ theme song so much it’s his phone’s ringtone, I’m constantly on the lookout for great covers of it. I also love listening to anything put out by 2CELLOS, the most bad-ass, rocking cellists in the world. So try and see if you can guess how I feel about their latest song of music from the Seven Kingdoms.

Spoiler alert: it’s freaking awesome.

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This medley from Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser, which opens with a beautiful version of The Rains of Castemere before breaking out into a full rendition of the show’s theme song, is off of their upcoming new album “Score,” which also features the London Symphony Orchestra.

Unfortunately for the orchestra though, it wasn’t lucky enough to get to film the official video with the guys in Croatia, where HBO films their King’s Landing scenes. Yeah, just in case the music here wasn’t good enough, they also added a whole lot of authenticity to it by shooting the video in the same spots where Cersei felt shame, Sansa watched boats come in and out of Blackwater Bay, and Lannister troops patrolled the streets.

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The album is made up of songs like this, with “versions of some of the most beautiful film music,” and even though it doesn’t come out until March 17, you can get their Game of Thrones track now if you pre-order the album. You can find the different ways to do that over at the duo’s Facebook page.

I love Game of Thrones and its music so much though that I’d be perfectly content if the only track was just a cover of “The Bear and the Maiden Fair.”

What other theme songs would you love to hear the guys play next? Swear to it by the old gods and the new in our comments section below.

Images: 2CELLOS

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