Macaulay Culkin has set his sights on the world of food-inspired music-making.
The 33-year-old former Home Alone star has reportedly formed a pizza-themed Velvet Underground tribute back called Pizza Underground (why not?), according to The Guardian.
In addition to Culkin, the band is made up of four other New York-based musicians: Matt Colbourn, Phoebe Kreutz, Deenah Vollmer and Austin Kilham.
The group was reportedly formed back in 2012 and has recently performed several shows around New York, including at Comic Arts Brooklyn.
As for Pizza Underground's list of witty song titles, their roster of jams includes "Papa John Says," "I'm Waiting for Delivery Man" and "Take a Bite of the Wild Slice."
And a sample of their cheesy lyrics (get it?) reads, "I've been out walking/ I don't do too much toppings these days/ Cheese days/ Cheese days I seem to order cheese and don't say please and then I walk away/ Don't ask for pepperoni, not today."
Another goes, "Here we go again, eating 'za again/ There we go again/ Hand me a napkin/ All right!"
The band's popularity seems to be rising (like dough!), as their supposed Twitter account recently tweeted, "Pizza T-shirts sold out! Thanks for your orders. If you hear back from us, you're getting a shirt. Stay tuned for more PU merch coming up!"