Music is a significant weapon in politics that may be used to set moods, mobilise people, and deliver messages. But occasionally, the usage of particular songs causes controversy, bringing up issues with regard to artistic endorsement, misreading of the message, and morality. One such recent issue concerns the use of the British band Chumbawamba's classic 1990s hit song "Tubthumping" in political rallies. In this article, we explore Chumbawamba's request that politicians not use their music in political discourse, as well as the wider ramifications of such disagreements.