Meet the Filipino tribesman who plays the bamboo flute with his NOSE

This Filipino tribesman shows off his musical skills - including playing the flute with his nose.

The man is from the indigenous Lumad people of Bukidnon province in the southern Philippines learned the skills while performing at rituals in the remote region.

In the video, he first plays a wooden Kubing, which is a type of Philippine jaw harp made from bamboo and found among tribes.

He then plays a large bamboo flute with his nose and then mouth before demonstrating his skills on a wooden recorder.

The footage was taken by documentary maker Nikon Celis who has spent more than a year living among the remote group of people.

He said: ''The skills they learn in the tribes are passed down from generation to generation. It's a beautiful and unique way of life.''