Jeremy Corbyn has appeared on the front cover of Kerrang!
In one last desperate push for votes, the veteran left-winger is pictured on Kerrang! with his arms crossed as the issue urges readers to “take the power back” and “make Britain a fairer place”.
He stands in the middle of Architects frontman Sam Carter, and Creeper singer Will Gould.
When interviewed by the magazine, the embattled Labour leader set out his policies to “open up the arts and creative industries to everyone”.
The edition is calling for a 'fairer Britain'
He said: “We all have imagination; we all enjoy thinking and children, in particular. And it gets suppressed as you get older, and you get embarrassed about it.
“And I think we should be encouraging that exploration idea in people, hence the pupil art’s premium, but also the encouragement of cultural manners around the country. “
He called for more support for theatres music places, which would mean encouraging local authorities and government that “primary school kids of today are the musicians of tomorrow."
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Corbyn poses with Architects frontman Sam Carter, and Creeper singer Will Gould
Endorsing the Labour leader, Kerrang! editor James McMahon wrote on Twitter that the June 7 edition was “one of the most important issues we’ve ever made”.
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This is not the first time Mr Corbyn has appeared on the front cover of a magazine.
He was endorsed by NME, following in the footsteps of Oasis, Amy Winehouse and Taylor Swift.
Mr Corbyn sat down with NME editor Mike Williams and also answered questions sent in by the magazine's readers, which were focussed on young people and the NHS.
He also said Labour offered young people "hope".
Corbyn said Labour offer people 'hope'
The Labour leader was also quizzed over his music taste, where he revealed he had a soft spot for composer Gustav Mahler.
He said: "I’ve got to ’fess up here: I’m not very musical but I love music. When I’m at home late in the evening I have Classic FM on or I have Radio 3 on or I put some music on of other sorts. I listen to a whole range of things.
"I do love much classical music; I’ve got a bit of a soft spot for Mahler, actually.
"I think this is going to get groans all round the room as I speak now, but I also like folk music, I like listening to some jazz, I like listening to world music as well."