Game of Thrones Sansa Stark actress Sophie Turner stars in Bastille's 'Oblivion' video
The 18-year-old actress takes centre stage in the video for Bastille's new single
Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner has dropped her headdress in favour of dangly earring in a new Bastille video.
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The 18-year-old actress, who plays Sansa Stark in the hit HBO fantasy drama, plays a starring role in the video for new single “Oblivion”, lip-syncing along to Bastille’s male vocals.
Turner has starred in Game of Thrones since the show’s first series in 2011, and has also made appearances in TV drama The Thirteenth Tale and thriller Another Me.
The actress’ character Sansa Stark is anticipated to return to Game of Thrones when the fifth series airs in the spring of 2015.
The Northampton-born British actress has previously earned a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Supporting Young Actress in a TV Series for her role in George RR Martin’s adapted series.
Bastille’s new track is taken from their number one album Bad Blood, following the success of their two top five singles “Pompeii” and “Of the Night”.
The band’s single “Pompeii” was named the most streamed track ever in the UK last with over 26 million streams, according to data from the Official Charts Company.
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