You can always count on your dad to have your back - and that is certainly true for Brit award-winning singer Tom Odell.
Despite winning the critics' choice award at this year's Brits, the NME magazine awarded his debut album 0/10 in its review.
Tom's father saw red - and called the magazine's office to complain, according to the magazine's deputy editor:
Tom Odell's dad just called the NME office to complain about his album review...
Such a low mark is apparently rare for the music magazine.
However quotes from the article by NME journalist Mark Beaumont, obtained by The Independent, reveal how scathing the review was:
I wish I could say there’s a place in Hell reserved for Tom Odell.
There’s not. Just loads more Brits.
He’ll be all over 2013 like a virulent dose of musical syphilis, pounding and warbling away at every Papal election and Bradley Wiggins finishing line.
The review, which appears in this week's magazine, will be available online from Monday.