Write Like the Wind (George R. R. Martin): New Song and Video!

The long-rumored and promised studio recording of “Write Like the Wind (George R. R. Martin)” is here at last! It’s actually been done for a couple months; we’ve kept it under our helms while we worked to pull together a video. Which we did!

Wanna buy the song? You totes can!

Buy “Write Like the Wind”:  on our website  |  on Bandcamp  |  on iTunes

All proceeds go towards allowing us to monkey around like this more in the near future.

Tom Merritt and Veronica Belmont were kind enough to give the video its world premiere on today’s episode of Sword and Laser on the Geek & Sundry YouTube channel—an episode, we’d like to mention, that also has a great interview with GRRM himself! (Our video is at the end of the episode, but the whole episode is worth watching)

Special thanks to Geek & Sundry for producing the video, in particular ÜberProducer/ShePriestess Kim Evey, line producer Lindey Koens, and director Chris Darnell. Mondo-thanks to Jeff Lewis for lending his hysterical self to the video.

SuperThanks to Shawn Strider and his Labyrinth Masquerade Ball for the schmancy duds and wicked arms. Mega-thanks to Veronica and Tom for debuting the song in such style. Extra thanks to Chris Dillon for helping this baby gestate.

Eternal perturbedness to Jonathan Coulton, whose Game of Thrones proselytizing got us hooked in the first place.

Guest Artists:

Eddie Hartness – bodhrán
Mike Phirman - accordion
Aubrey Webber – cello
Kevin Murphy - additional Drowned Men Chorus vocals

(complete video credits are on the video’s YouTube page)

George R. R. Martin – not your bitch

4 Comments

  1. Jon Riley
    Posted June 22, 2012 at 5:36 pm | Permalink

    I Love It!! Kate!

  2. Brett Glass
    Posted June 23, 2012 at 12:12 pm | Permalink

    Where did you get the Rock ‘Em, Sock ‘Em Robots?

  3. Posted June 24, 2012 at 9:47 am | Permalink

    I am not a fan of written fiction. Even as a kid, I preferred books about science, mathematics, and sports. Though I have heard of the series Game of Thrones, I have never seen an episode.

    With Jeff Lewis’s cameo, I was amazed and impressed by the video and the song. The same enthusiasm and energy I have seen in every Paul and Storm stage show over the past 7 years (and in the one DVN show seen before) was present in this video.

    Great job!

  4. LeeLee
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 11:25 pm | Permalink

    Why is the video on youtube “currently unavailable?”

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