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Florence + the Machine Song in Game of Thrones Season 8

Listen to That Haunting Florence + the Machine Song From Game of Thrones

In case you weren't already aware, Game of Thrones and the vocals of singer Florence Welch are a match made in heaven. During the credits of season eight's second episode, "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms," we got to Florence + the Machine's take on "Jenny of Oldstones," which is an original tune sung by Podrick Payne earlier on in the episode.

The haunting ballad isn't on the season eight soundtrack — which includes songs from Maren Morris, SZA, The Weeknd, and more — so we're even more excited it made it into the show at all. Truthfully, we can't imagine a more fitting (and ethereal) musician to accompany the eerie ambiance of the series. (No offence, Ed Sheeran.)

Watch the lyric video above, then listen to it on Apple Music, Spotify, and more here.

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