The View front man Kyle Falconer has showcased his piano skills with a spontaneous acoustic performance in an Edinburgh train station.
Footage of Dundee singer playing Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ at Waverley Station yesterday was shared on social media by fans.
— Kim Cochrane (@kiidnapz) May 24, 2018
And a clip shared on his own Twitter page has already been watched more than 700 times in the 30 minutes since it was shared.
In the tweet, Falconer suggests he will be back again to play for tips and apologised for getting “barely any of it right” but adding “its the passion that makes it!”
Slip inside the eye of your mind, don't you know you might find, you better walk away! Barely any of it right its the passion that makes it!! Find us at Waverley station on the regular tips appreciated. Album ?? https://t.co/sMssvmnTpm pic.twitter.com/aGXGPuTaMh
— Kyle Falconer (@KyleFrancisFalc) May 25, 2018
The singer is currently promoting his upcoming debut solo album, No Thank You, which is due out in July.