Brussels transport releases Game of Thrones parody

Monday, 15 April 2019 11:52
Brussels transport releases Game of Thrones parody STIB
The Brussels transport company STIB has made its love of Game of Thrones known through an unexpected parody released on Sunday.
Through a musical video posted on the official STIB Twitter account, the company joined in with widespread anticipation for the final season of the popular American fantasy series.

While fans of the show may be disappointed by the lack of dragons - and the missing proclamations of the arrival of winter - they will recognise the tune hummed by the STIB employee as the intro music for the show.

This isn't the first time STIB has attempted to reach viral fame. Recently the account also gifted followers with a surprisingly detailed thread comparing Belgian artist Stromae with various trams. 

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