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Game Of Thrones’ Ramsay Bolton A.K.A Iwan Rheon Plans On Returning To Music

Written by Mike Hohnen on June 21, 2016

SPOILER ALERT: The following article discusses the most recent episode of ‘Game Of Thrones’ and thus is full of juicy, juicy spoilers. You have been warned.

PHEW.

Now that is how you Game Of Thrones. Much of the world is still shaking from the most recent and 9th episode of Game Of Thrones‘ sixth season, which featured more street justice than the entire five seasons prior combined. However, it appears we’ve not see the last of Ramsay Bolton with the world’s most hated bastard hinting at another sojourn into live music.

Known by the government as Iwan Rheon, Bolton spoke to Entertainment Weekly after his demise on the latest episode of the popular series (we warned you about spoilers, ok). Despite who you see in the books or on the TV, Bolton comes off as goddamn charming, you know, not the kind of guy who would skin you alive in front of your children.

“I’ve had four lovely seasons here. It’s been great to be involved with such an amazing show. I think it’s kind of right he goes down. Because what else is he going to do after this? He’s done so many things. It’s justified and it’s the right thing to do. It’s the right path.”

When asked about what’s next for the one time Warden Of The North, Rheon revealed that after an extended stay in Westeros, he will be making an album and taking it to the road.

“There’s stuff that might happen and might not so I don’t want to talk about it yet. I need to write another album. Hopefully I’ll be able to do some gigs. All that’s been difficult to do.”

But before you get pumped up for a spoken-word anthology of various ways to destroy the hearts and mind of your enemies / step mom and bro or even ‘How To Raise Dogs’. Oh, Oh no. Not at all. Rheon is actually a damn good indie folk crooner.

Part Ed Sheeran, part Jack Johnson, all the way hunky. You can check out the title track from his debut EP, Bang Bang below and see him testing out those acting skills.

We can’t wait to hear the influence GOT has on the new music (See: “Needs more lute”) and here’s hoping he brings the show Down Under. But we must remember: Don’t do what it is he wants us to do, k?

P.S. Thanks [ED] for letting me write about GOT on a music website.

Watch: Iwan Rheon – Bang Bang

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