WATCH: Courteeners' Liam Fray calls Gerry Cinnamon his "hero"

20 November 2018, 18:09 | Updated: 20 November 2018, 18:19

The Not Nineteen Forever rocker shared a video of himself with the Scottish singer-songwriter, who is supporting the band on tour.

Liam Fray has praised Gerry Cinnamon, who he says has been his "hero" for a long while.

The Courteeners frontman shared a video of himself going home after the band's Nottingham gig on Monday (19 November), only to reveal that the Scottish sensation had crept into his car at 3am.

Watch the video above, which the Not Nineteen Forever singer simply captioned: "Tour".

In the video Fray says to the camera: "Listen this man's fucking killing it. He's been my hero for fucking ages, but now he's everyone else's new hero..."

Gerry Cinnamon and Courteeners frontman Liam Fray
Gerry Cinnamon and Courteeners frontman Liam Fray. Picture: Press & Facebook/Courteeners

Their Nottingham gig saw them play a stomping 18-track set, which included songs from across their five studio albums.

Watch the crowd go wild to their Not Nineteen Forever anthem at Rock City last night:

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Courteeners play Leicester's O2 Academy tonight (20 November), with support from the Sometimes singer again.

Watch Gerry Cinnamon cover Catfish and the Bottlemen's Cocoon: