Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams stars in Bristol music video

Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams, who plays the badass Arya Stark, has starred in a new music video from soundsystem MC Gardna and Kreed.

The video, shot in Bristol in the gothic church on Nelson Street, is for their new track, Sunday and shows Maisie with her face painted like a demon wreaking havoc around the church and pouring Bacardis with MC Gardna.

“I came up with the video around the sample Kreed gave me – Johnny Osbourne’s ‘Going To Church,’” Gardna tells us. “The idea is that I stumbled across the church after a night put and she’s the spirit that starts possessing me.Game of Thrones Maisie Williams stars in Bristol music video from Gardna and Kreed

Maisie was really fun to work with. We grew up in the same area and she went to the same school as me, so we’ve known each other for a while.

“She still comes out and parties with us – she’s a grounded girl. And she loves this kind of music, so she follows us.”Game of Thrones Maisie Williams stars in Bristol music video from Gardna and Kreed The 21-year-old MC has done a lot to shape the landscape of soundsystem music over the last few years. While studying at BIMM (the institute that’s spawned the likes of George Ezra, James Bay, Marina Dimandis and The Kooks), he also set up and runs label Boom Sound, along with Adam ASBO Disco and James Wonkavision, which is an offspring of Boom Agency and Boomtown Festival.

“We’re all family with the Boomtown lot. This will be my fifth year playing there.”

Watch the video for Sunday starring Maisie Williams

“Boom Sound is pushing the new generation of underground soundsystem culture through,” he explains. Dub fans should keep an eye on the Boom Sound facebook page for updates and events or follow Gardna here.

Sunday drops on Boom Sound Recordings on 28 May. If you’re in Bristol, they’ll be throwing a launch party at Attic Bar with Hi5Ghost, King Yoof and Gardna x Kreed.

Otherwise, his summer festival season look pretty packed. Catch Gardna at: 28 May – Love Saves The Day, Bristol; 5 June – Balter Festival, Somerset; 10 June – Eden Festival, Scotland; 1 July – Keburn Garden Party, Scotland; 11 August – Boomtown Fair, Winchester; 1 September – Outlook Festival, Croatia.