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The Weeknd, Travis Scott And SZA Channel ‘Game of Thrones’ In New ‘Power Is Power’ Video

The track also features prominently on the recent ‘For The Throne’ compilation album.

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The Weeknd, Travis and SZA have dropped the video for their Game of Thrones track ‘Power Is Power’ and you can check it out below.

The song appears on the Game Of Thrones-inspired album For the Throne, which was released last month. Also featuring on the special record are the likes of Muse‘s Matt Bellamy, The National, Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers, Maren Morris, Ellie Goulding and A$AP Rocky.

The dramatic ‘Power Is Power’ clip containing scenes from the hit show. It sees The Weeknd channel Jon Snow, while SZA wears Daenerys garb. Travis Scott is also seen sitting on the Iron Throne.

For The Throne was released in 11 different vinyl configurations, with nine cover variants for each of the show’s house crests, one colour variant with fire and ice coloured vinyl, and one standard.

Of the quasi-soundtrack, HBO’s Jeff Peters recently told Rolling Stone: “Strategically, it was all about going after artists that we knew would be fans. It was arguably the most important thing in the process, because we wanted to make sure that artist, one, had the ability to be as direct as they wanted to be or interpret in any way that they felt the songs represented the show, but it only makes sense when an artist watches the show.”

Meanwhile, the creators of Game of Thrones have hinted that we may not have seen the last of the White Walkers.

Emilia Clarke has also said that there’s more action to come following last week’s battle. Teasing the remaining episodes, she said they “are going to be mental – episode five is bigger. Episode five is ahhhh.”

Reviewing last week’s episode, NME said: “The surprisingly long list of un-slain characters leaves a lot of possibilities as we head into the final three episodes – I for one can’t wait to return to the politics of Game of Thrones of old, now the half-scary, half-just dull undead have been taken care of.”

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