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Watch: Charleston band covers 'Game of Thrones' theme song for first B-Side Sessions collaboration

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See Water covered the "Game of Thrones" theme song with their own rendition. Provided

Charleston Scene has a new music podcast and now a collaboration with local music videographer Taylor Hickman of B-Side Sessions. 

B-Side Sessions is a creative effort with the local and surrounding music community that provides musicians with video content while fostering networking. Hickman records full band and stripped-down intimate sessions with bands to create a unique viewing opportunity drastically different from traditional full-production music videos.

The B-Side Sessions biweekly column on Charleston Scene will officially launch in September, but we have a sneak preview this week with a video of Charleston band See Water covering the "Game of Thrones" theme song with their own jam version and lyrics added in.

They've titled the rendition "Spoiler Alert: Everyone Dies," and it's just in time for this Sunday's "Game of Thrones" season 7 finale episode ... though, we're pretty sure not everyone dies, despite the title. 

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This particular video was shot in collaboration with Truphonic Recording in West Ashley, audio engineer Elliott Elsey, producer Mel Washington and visual contributor Larry Ford. 

See Water is a reggae, ska and punk band on Coast Records. Band members include Riley Randall, Sam Roberts, Patrick Farrell and JR Spencer. 

Follow B-Side Sessions on Instagram at @bsidesessions and on Facebook at facebook.com/bsidesessionsSC. You can view upcoming B-Side Sessions videos on charlestonscene.com

Reach Kalyn Oyer at 843-371-4469. Follow her on Twitter @sound_wavves.

Kalyn Oyer is a Charleston native who covers arts and entertainment for The Post and Courier's Thursday edition, Charleston Scene. She used to write about music for the Charleston City Paper and Scene SC.