Rocker Paul Weller is making his next album a family affair - two of his children are singing on it.
The former The Jam frontman has headed back into the studio less than a year after the release of his latest record, Wake Up The Nation.
And he's getting some help from his kids - five-year-old son Stevie MAC and model daughter Leah are guest vocalists on new song Be Happy Children.
The Changingman hitmaker has even praised Leah's singing voice, insisting it's reminiscent of her mother Dee C. Lee, who was a backing vocalist in Weller's '80s band The Style Council.
He tells Q magazine, "My children are on Be Happy Children. My youngest, MAC, is on the chorus and Leah, my daughter, sings the bridge parts. She sounds like her mum in quite an uncanny way."
It's not the first time Weller has invited his kids to join him at work - MAC and the rocker's eldest son Natt joined him onstage at London's Wembley Arena during a concert in December (10).