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16 January 2014, 09:31
The 'Lego House' man takes up tambourine duties as he joins 10-piece Victorian Trout Conspiracy on stage.
Ed Sheeran was seen joining a 10-piece ska band called Victorian Trout Conspiracy on stage at the Breadalbane Arms in Aberfeldy this week.
The 'Drunk' singer surprised locals at the Scottish watering hole when he sat down with the group to play tambourine.
"I was midway through our third set when some boy asked if he could do a wee set," revealed guitarist Phil Ramsay. "I had nae idea who he was but turns out he's pure famous or something."
After joining the ska band Ed also performed his own track 'You Need Me, I Don't Need You' for the energetic crowd.
Meanwhile, Ed will be heading out on the road by himself this year after recently announcing details of his new UK arena tour.
He'll also be heading to the Grammys this month, where he is nominated for Best New Artist.