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Watch London commuters break out into a spontaneous Erasure singalong on the Tube

And it’s rather heartwarming.

WHY CAN’T THIS sort of thing happen at a Luas?

Earlier this week, Erasure performed in London’s The Forum.

After the gig, a fan by the name of Neil Francis was waiting in Kentish Town Tube station when he successfully wrangled his fellow commuters into performing a spontaneous rendition of A Little Respect with him.

The result is rather lovely.

Source: DayVideoEdits/YouTube

Neil Francis told the London Evening Standard:

I was surprised and also not surprised. The majority of people at the station had come from the concert but what is really surprising is the way the video has suddenly gone viral.

Francis further described the Erasure gig as “absolutely fantastic” and the “highlight of my year”.

For their part, Erasure have expressed their approval of the mass singalong.

All together now: “Please give a little respect tooooooo meeeeee.”

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