Glasgow band, The Fratellis, have covered 'Yes Sir I Can Boogie' popularised after Scotland players qualified for the Euro 2020 Championships. 

The disco tune was originally performed by Spanish duo Baccara in 1977. 

Recently, the song was part of footage that went viral online showing Scotland's players singing the track after their win on penalties saw them qualify for the delayed Euro 2020 Championships. 

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Performing on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show, The Fratellis showed they can boogie with their own rendition of the song. 

The band are to begin their tour next year and will perform in The Barrowlands in Glasgow from March 24-25. 

Speaking after the performance John Fratelli said: "We're playing in eight kind of small venues around the country but the venues have some relation to some local record stores in those towns and cities.

"It's partly to just go out and play but it's also an exercise in trying to help those record stores. Any profit from it will go to those record stores and will go to our crew. We've had the same crew, some of them for 10, 15 years.

"We're trying to do something that helps both sides and that seems like the perfect arrangement." 

Their sixth album, 'Half Drunk Under A Full Moon', is out next Friday, April 2.

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