So Jeremy Corbyn just held a press conference with British 80s reggae band UB40 and it was really, really weird.
After praising the band for supporting the miners' strike and for creating music that "has developed so much" over the years, he told the crowd that he wasn't going to be singing at the event.
Which, understandably, left a lot of people feeling a bit miffed.
"I'm not going to sing," says Jeremy Corbyn to audible disappointment from the press pic.twitter.com/rXPfoUPKmC
-- Michael Deacon (@MichaelPDeacon) September 6, 2016
So to soften the blow, here's nine pictures of him *definitely* singing along to the classic Red, Red Wine.
(This might help with the imagination:)
Red, red wine goes to my head
Makes me forget that I still need her so
Red, red wine, it's up to you
All I can do I've done. Memories won't go, memories won't go
Life is fine every time, thoughts of you leave my head
I was wrong, now I find ... Just one thing makes me forget
Red, red wine, stay close to me
Don't let me be alone
It's tearing apart my blue heart.