Today it’s been exposed that the authoritarian trio have secretly recorded an album and new single Airwaves , with Scottish singer Beldon Haigh, in preparation for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August.
And it’s set to be the reality star-turned-American President’s most spectacular made-for-the-stage event yet, following his improbable feat in luring the leader of North Korea to their first ever meeting in Singapore this week.
Trump denies any collusion with Putin, also claiming that a tight bass and drum partnership in Beldon Haigh and the Mother of All Bands, has had no influence on his request that Russia be re-admitted to the G7.
But he did concede that it was challenging to find quality time together to practice due to their increasingly busy day jobs.
Beldon said: “We’re pretty excited to be playing The Fringe. Our Kim Jong Un has already been snapped with a new rack of effects pedals and huge powerful new amp and he’s setting out to Trump the American’s latest investment – a Sunburst Fender Jazz.
“And to make themselves feel right at home for the world’s greatest platform for creative freedom, we’ve even summoned a rider, which includes six McDonald’s Happy Meals and 3kg of multi-coloured M&Ms.“
The band, who pen their own political songs, have just released a new video showing the band playing happily together – but will that fragile period of harmony last?
Airwaves is available to download now from all the usual outlets.
Beldon Haigh and the Mother of All Bands appear at the Liquid Rooms in Victoria Street, Edinburgh, August 11.
Tickets are available at: www.edfringe.com