VIDEOS of people singing from their windows around the world have gone viral in recent days as the coronavirus pandemic forces the public indoors. 

Clips of Italians singing Bella Ciao in lockdown have moved people around the world, while in Scotland we've seen renditions of The Proclaimers' Sunshine on Leith in recent days.

Now pop quartet Tide Lines have got in on the action by singing Gaelic to one another from their flats in Partick, Glasgow.

In a video shared on Twitter which has amassed hundreds of retweets since being posted yesterday, frontman Robert Robertson says: "I've been watching all the videos from France and Italy and all that of people being quarantined singing across the streets to each other from their windows and I thought that's exactly what we need here in Partick!" 

He then bursts into Gaelic song, while another musician joins in from a tenement window across the street.

One person replied to the video to say: "Made my day!! Won’t be the first time Gaelic singers have been belting tunes out from their houses."

Another asked for the group to post more clips of their Gaelic singing.