Jeff Goldblum is a man who likes an audience, so it’s no surprise that he decided to launch his album to a crowd of unsuspecting commuters at St Pancras International station.
Instead of sending round a press release, the iconic Jurassic Park star decided to treat Londoners to a taster of forthcoming jazz album, The Capital Studios Sessions, in person on Wednesday.
Goldblum plotted up at Sir Elton John’s legendary piano on the station’s main concourse and started to belt out some of his new tunes.
In true Goldblum style, he also made some time for a spot of banter with the crowd and even kicked off a sing-a-long.
He told the crowd: “I always like playing out and about. You never know who you’re going meet. And music soothes the savage breast! Or is it beast?”
Goldblum also finally gave his seal of approval to the epic 25ft statue of his Jurassic Park character Dr Ian Malcom which was erected in Potters Field Park earlier in the summer.
“It was lovely, I liked that whole statue. I don’t know what it looked like in the flesh, or in the concrete, I didn’t see it. I saw pictures of it,” he said.
“I think they took it down, but isn’t it making a tour, of some kind? Like the treasures of the tomb of King Tutankhamun?” he asked.
“I hope so. I hope everybody gets the chance to see it at one point or another.”
Goldblum, who is expected to attend the GQ Awards on Wednesday night, will be returning to the capital in November to perform tracks from his new album at Cadogan Hall.