Coldplay have revealed their Game of Thrones: The Musical recorded with the cast of the HBO series.
Stars of the show joined Chris Martin and the band for a 12-minute musical parody recorded for NBC’s Red Nose Day. The film aired on the US channel last night (May 21) as part of the fundraiser for children living in poverty. Watch the video below.
Coldplay drummer Will Champion previously made a cameo on the show in 2013. The drummer appeared in a rowdy banquet scene and did not have any lines.
Champion isn’t the only rock star to pop up on Game Of Thrones. Snow Patrol’s Gary Lightbody made an appearance as a soldier in an episode that aired in April.
The silent auction for the guitar is open now, with bids closing at Midnight next Thursday (May 28). The winning bid will also receive a lithograph of the cover art of Coldplay’s latest album ‘Ghost Stories’.
Visit Dreams Come True to enter the silent auction. Bidding starts at £2500.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin said: “We were so inspired when we heard about Rob’s Marathon Challenge to raise money for Dreams Come True. It’s a fantastic organisation and we hope that plenty of money is raised from the auction to make more children’s dreams come true.”