Scottish rock band Twin Atlantic have played an impromptu gig at an underground station in Glasgow.
They performed an acoustic set on the concourse of the city’s busy St Enoch station.
The band also collected money for those killed in a suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert last month.
On Thursday evening they gave fans a tip off on Twitter, asking “people of Glasgow, what are you doing at 1pm tomorrow?”.
Twin Atlantic formed in Glasgow over a decade ago, and have since had several high charting singles, including Heart and Soul, Brothers and Sisters and No Sleep.
So this gig was something of a homecoming. Fans were understandably excited.
When they showed up, the band played a stripped back acoustic set.
As well as raising money for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, the gig was to promote the band’s appearance at TRNSMT next month.
The brand new festival, organised by the team behind T in the Park, is in Glasgow from Friday 7 July to Sunday 9 July.
Radiohead, Kasabian and Biffy Clyro are headlining.