Scottish Rail Worker Sings Coldplay's 'Yellow' as Fans Wait for Train

A Scot Rail agent impressed Coldplay fans with a rendition of the band’s hit song “Yellow” as he helped people make their way home from a Coldplay concert in Glasgow’s Hampden Park on Thursday night, August 24.

Video shot by Rob Barnett as fans waited to board a train at Mount Florida station, close to Hampden Park, shows his wife, Roz, playing the song from a phone and encouraging the agent to sing along.

Barnett told Storyful the rail worker’s name was Gerry and that he regularly works at Mount Florida station.

Barnett posted the uplifting video on Twitter with the caption: “It’s after midnight and this legendary @ScotRail worker has arranged an extra train to get the last few people from the #ColdplayGlasgow concert from Mount Florida station back to Glasgow Central.” Credit: Rob Barnett via Storyful

Video transcript

[MUSIC PLAYING]

- We're doing it. Hey, guys. We're doing it.

- Get your arms waving. Get your phones out. We need the torches.

- There you go. Look at the star. See how he shines for you and everything you do.

- Yeah.

- They were all yellow. That's about it.

- No, no, keep going.

- I wrote the song for you and all the things you do.

- And they were all yellow.

- Thank you, [INAUDIBLE].

- We're doing it. Hey, guys. we're doing this.

- Get your arms waving. Get your phones out. We need the torches.

- There you go. Look at the star. See how he shines for you and everything you do.

- Yeah. And they were all yellow.

- Whoa!

- That's about it.

- No, no, keep going.

- I wrote a song for you and all the things you do.

- And they were all yellow.

- Thank you [INAUDIBLE].

[INTERPOSING VOICES]

[CHEERING]