A MUSICIAN was left stunned after the frontman of Indie band DMA’s joined him on stage in a Glasgow pub.

Adam Frame, 18, was performing in MacSorley’s on Jamaica Street on Saturday when the unlikely duet happened.

Australian rockers DMA’s were in the city for a support slot for Liam Gallagher sold-out gig at the Hydro last Friday night.

The band made up of singer Tommy O’Dell and guitarists Matthew Mason and Johnny Took, spent the afternoon in the pub.

They have gained prominence in recent years with their Britpop sound and in the summer they even headlined the main stage at TRNSMT Music Festival at the Glasgow Green.

Now they have set the internet alight thanks to their impromptu duet with music student Adam which has since gone viral.

He said: “I was halfway through playing my set when I noticed the band was in the bar.

“I listen to the DMA’s quite a lot so I couldn’t believe it.”

Tommy agreed to join Adam on-stage for a performance of the band’s songs In the Air and Lay Down.

The moment was captured on video racking almost half a million views on  Twitter alone.

Adam said: “Tommy was really nice and asked if I also wrote my own songs. He said good luck with the songwriting.

“It is a moment to remember, it was pretty mad how it all happened.”

He added: “I can’t believe how people have reacted to the video. I can’t believe the support I have been getting and all sorts of people have been messaging me.”

Singer-songwriter Adam regularly performs in the city playing Indie covers and his own music.

He has been playing instruments since he was 10 years old and has been performing live music since he was 16.

For more information, visit his socials @adamframemusic