GUILLEMOTS frontman, Fyfe Dangerfield won plaudits from an impressed Glasgow audience as he attempted to speak some Gaelic at their gig last night (Thursday).
The indie band were in the city to play their secret gig, which was revealed as the Classic Grand.
And the four piece didn't disappoint the crowd as they played their way through an impressive set which included songs from new album, Walk the River.
Gracing the stage of the Classic Grand, they received a rapturous welcome from their Glasgow fans as they launched into first song of the night, the sombre but memorising 'Little Bear'. Following on with 'Tigers', the band were in peak performance with fantastic vocals and perfect instrumentals.
After finishing the song - much to the delight of the audience, Fyfe attempted to speak Gaelic by saying to the crowd 'Ciamar a tha thu' which translates as 'how are you?'
Other songs played throughout the night was the flowery poppy 'Made up Love song', new song, 'The Basket' and 'We're Here'.
After thanking thanking the audience, the band leave stage followed by fans chanting 'get back on'. Moments later, Fyfe appears onstage with an acoustic guitar and exclaims to the crowd: "I feel like I am at the most scariest auction!”
And after some deliberation about what song to play, he ends the night with the popular 'Annie Lets Not Wait'.
A fantastic gig at a great venue - Guillemots got a great Glasgow welcome, which they totally deserved.