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Ed Sheeran joins ska band for surprise pub performance in Scotland

Ed Sheeran gave a surprise performance in a Scottish pub at the weekend.

The singer-songwriter was up north for a visit on Friday (January 10) when he seemingly stopped by the The Breadalbane Arms pub in Aberfeldy.

Ska collective Victorian Trout Conspiracy were playing at the small venue and Sheeran got in on the action.

He was caught on video playing the tambourine with the group, with the '+' man also pictured performing solo.

The ska band posted on their Facebook page: "Yes, the rumours are true. Fraser, Gerard and Phil from the Trouts played alongside Ed Sheeran last night in Aberfeldy."

It has been reported that Sheeran ran through his hit track 'You Need Me, I Don't Need You' when he was given the stage.

The musician was seemingly in Scotland to visit Snow Patrol's Paul Wilson, with Sheeran tweeting: "Had a good night with @pablosnowpatrol in the highlands, the boy has some serious stories."






Watch Ed Sheeran perform with a ska band below: