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“Game Of Thrones” Star Kristian Nairn Releases Music Video For “Bigger”

The gay Irish DJ is touring the U.S. with his live set.

Hold the club door! Kristian Nairn, who played lovable giant Hodor on HBO’s Game of Thrones, has released a new music video for his house track “Bigger.”

The video was filmed at Nairn’s various DJ appearances at clubs around the world.


“I’ve been fortunate enough to tour the world over the past few years playing at some of the most amazing venues, with such incredible crowds, and this track really evolved from the sound of my live set,” he says. “This is a much bigger sound for me than any of my previous releases, hence the name, and I can’t wait to have it out in the world.”

A mainstay of Belfast’s house music scene, the DJ and producer has had a residency at the Kremlin, Northern Ireland’s most popular gay club, for 11 years. He’s currently traveling the U.S. with his live set, “Rave of Thrones.”

Nairn, who came out publicly as gay in a 2014 interview, has said that he would consider running for public office in response to Northern Ireland’s failure to support same-sex marriage.

He was nominated earlier this year for the Tearjerker Award at the MTV Movie & TV Awards for his iconic death scene last season on Game of Thrones.

Watch the “Bigger” video below.

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