Over the course of Game of Thrones’ first four seasons, we’ve seen Sophie Turner grow up before our very eyes as Sansa Stark, who finally seemed to come into her own as a woman in her last appearance in Season 4. Now, 18-year-old Sophie is starring in Bastille’s new music video for “Oblivion,” and she’s reminding us that she is, indeed, all grown up.


Over the course of Game of Thrones’ first four seasons, we’ve seen Sophie Turner grow up before our very eyes as Sansa Stark, who finally seemed to come into her own as a woman in her last appearance in Season 4. Now, 18-year-old Sophie is starring in Bastille’s new music video for “Oblivion,” and she’s reminding us that she is, indeed, all grown up.

The video features Sophie wearing some heavy mascara and a letter jacket showcasing some shockingly deep vocals at a demolition derby. Ok, so Sophie’s only lip syncing Bastille lead singer Dan Smith’s voice, but the result is mesmerizing as Sophie has a tortured, and very Sansa-like, look on her face throughout her performance. She continues “singing” while destruction reigns around her before crawling into a car herself at the end of the video and joining the fray.

The new single comes off of Bastille’s album “Bad Blood,” which also spawned the massive hit “Pompeii,” not to be confused with Sophie’s GoT costar and TV brother Kit Harington’s film of the same name.

You can check out grown up Sophie in the video for “Oblivion” right here.

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