A Dundee rock star delighted onlookers at a Scottish train station with an impromptu performance of an Oasis classic.
Kyle Falconer of The View was filmed as he began to play a piano set up in Edinburgh’s Waverley Station on Thursday.
He was joined by passersby as he belted out Don’t Look Back in Anger by Oasis – one of the Dundee musician’s favourite bands.
Although, some of those who joined in appeared to struggle with the lyrics to the tune.
Falconer poked fun at his fellow singers on Facebook, saying: “Slip inside the eye of your mind, don’t you know you might find, you better walk away!
“Barely any of it right it’s the passion that makes it!!”
Footage of the moment quickly went viral.
— Kim Cochrane (@kiidnapz) May 24, 2018
Falconer is preparing for the release of his solo album, No Thank You, in July.
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Posted by Kyle Falconer on Friday, 25 May 2018