When TikTok began sweeping the world with dances and funny videos, one Scottish lad was putting his sound and soul out to the masses.

From hanging out of windows and singing to workies, to selling out shows across the UK, Calum Bowie has triumphantly graduated from screen to stage with style. 

Fresh from his sold-out English tour, we caught up with the 22-year-old as he gears up for his Glasgow show next month.

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He said: “I haven’t done a Scottish show since last November and the last one I did was in Glasgow was King Tut’s. So, this is a big step up from there. I’m super excited.”

The Call Me Back singer will be playing at The Garage, in the city centre, on December 9.

Reflecting on playing at the iconic venue, he said: “We went and visited The Garage and it’s a big room.

“I’m excited to have people in, singing the songs and having a good night in Glasgow as well.

“My friends have always said that The Garage is a great night out, but I’ve never been myself. It’s a big stage, so it’s going to be fun to be able to move around it and get the room going.”

As well as his show in Glasgow, the star will also be playing in Aberdeen on December 8.

The shows come after the singer's set at TRNSMT earlier this year, where he opened the King Tut’s stage on Sunday.

He said: “I got to play at TRNSMT this year which was so surreal because it’s such a step up.

“It was a great time and learning experience and it was just crazy.

“When I got there, I could hear the 1975 doing their soundcheck and like, when do you ever get to hear that? It was just amazing.

“I wasn’t expecting as many people as there was, but it was packing which was very cool.”

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As big Scottish names like Gerry Cinnamon and Calvin Harris have been announced as headliners for next years' TRNSMT festival, Calum touched on Scotland's new wave of emerging talent. 

He added: “People like Gerry Cinnamon and Dylan John Thomas, I’ve always been a massive fan of.

“There are loads of amazing Scottish artists that are coming through the scene and I feel very privileged to be a part of that.

“It feels like Scottish music has stepped up and that there is a sort of movement and it’s an honour to be part of that, to be honest.”

Calum put out his first release back in 2018 and has since gained tremendous fame, especially on TikTok.

He is often seen recording clips of himself hanging out of his window, where he sings covers, his own material and has iconic chats with joe public. 

The star currently has 441.2k followers on the app. 

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“Some of the fan base know me cause of the internet stuff but there is a really lovely atmosphere when the music is on the stage too,” Calum said.

He continued: “I always just aim to get people at my shows going as much as possible. There is no moshing or craziness, people clap, sing the songs, and just talk to each other.

“It’s always a nice atmosphere and a mingling experience.”

Tickets for the show are now on sale and can be purchased HERE

You can listen to Calum’s music on Spotify and TikTok.