British Army musicians entertain unsuspecting shoppers in Cardiff with a flashmob performance of the Colonel Bogey march at The Capitol Shopping Centre.
Fifty professional bandsmen from The Band of The Prince of Wales's Division (regular soldiers) and The Band of The Royal Welsh (reservists) performed the famous march, by Kenneth Alford, in the sunshine before dispersing.
The Corps of Army Music is the largest employer of professional musicians in the UK. Read more about what they do, and how to join the professionals, at www.army.mod.uk/music .
The British Army offers world-class training and the opportunity to travel. Being a musician with the Corps of Army Music is just one of 220 roles available. Visit www.army.mod.uk/join to find out about becoming a full-time or part-time soldier - and to complete your online application.