SCOTTISH band Young Fathers have donated profits from a show to charity Medical Aid for Palestinians.

The Mercury Prize winners, who have also won the Scottish Album of the Year three times, posted on social media on Wednesday sharing their intention to donate.

They wrote: "Our show at @thesinclair in Cambridge tonight will now be in support of @medicalaidpal . We will be donating the profits from our fee, our merch sales and also taking donations at the merch stand.

"For those who can’t make it to the show, please consider donating to Medical Aid Palestine at Free Palestine. #ceasefirenow. YF."

The post was liked by First Minister Humza Yousaf.

It comes after the band joined dozens of Scottish cultural figures including Irvine Welsh, Darren McGarvey, and Layla-Roxanne Hill in signing a boycott pledging to not to perform or exhibit in Israel.

A joint statement announcing a "Scottish Cultural Workers Boycott of Israel" - organised by Bella Caledonia - additionally sees stars pledge not to participate in any events supported by arms companies enabling war in Palestine, or accept any funding from any institution linked to the government of Israel.

The band's donation comes after readers of The National helped to raise £100,000 for the charity in just one week.