Shortly after being ridiculed by Twitter after last night's Battle For No.10, there's now a song accusing Theresa May of being a "liar" and it's No.1 in the UK iTunes chart.
The track, written and produced by Captain Ska, criticises the Prime Minister's stance on the NHS, education, and poverty, and her U-turn on the snap election. It's being promoted by anti-austerity activists, The People's Assembly.
The song includes the lyrics: "She's a liar, liar, you can't trust her, no no no no", and "when there's nurses going hungry and schools in decline I don't recognise this broken country of mine".
Profits from the downloads between 26 May and 8 June will be divided between food banks in the UK and the People's Assembly Against Austerity (via The Independent).
Radio stations have refused to play the song due to laws governing impartiality, but a petition on social media to get it to No.1 helped give it traction.
Meanwhile, Jake from Captain Ska has told the Huffington Post: "It's overwhelming to be at number two now, we're all freelance session musicians in London, so we're totally amazed by it.
"Original music, and especially political music, doesn't have traction any more. Everyone is totally over the moon with it."
The song was posted on on May 25 along with the caption: "Download now and force the BBC to play it on our airwaves."
Meanwhile, May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn faced a grilling from audience members and Jeremy Paxman on Channel 4 last night ahead of the election on June 8.