Ross County defender Liam Fontaine has delved into the world of music and released his first single ‘Life Lessons’.
Fontaine posted links to his new release on his Twitter page on Friday morning after plugging it on social media the previous day.
In an interview last year, Fontaine said music was his form of escapism during a spell out injured with Hibernian, penning a song titled ‘Coming Straight Out of Leith’, which he posted on his Bandcamp page.
Team-mates Josh Mullin and Stelios Demetriou tweeted their approval to the song, which is the latest creative output from the 32-year-old.
He also publishes his own small-screen interviews under the title #LiamFontaineMeets, with his former Hibernian boss Alan Stubbs lined up to be his next guest.
Fontaine has the Highland derby against Caley Thistle to contend with tomorrow, with Inverness also having their own musician in Riccardo Calder, who spoke this week about his love of rap music.