According to his website, Peter Sharp recognizes that he is capable of inspiring social change. "The creation of thought-provoking social art has allowed people from all over the world to unite in something that gives tangible proof that a better, more harmonious future is possible," his site reads.
"My life work points itself towards engaging communities in playful activities that empower people to share acts of love and kindness with one another."
So in February, Peter Sharp and The Liberators started a spontaneous party on a train in Perth, Australia.
Fueled with, of course, dance.
"Ladies and gentlemen. Is it just me, or is this train sometimes like this emotionless tunnel where people stop communicating with one another? I actually believe that life can be much more interesting than this and the only person preventing us from making it a little more fun...is ourselves."
And with that, something pretty cool happens...
Dancing starts getting contagious:
This guy's having a ball:
Everyone's dancing to "September" by Earth, Wind and Fire as well as "Canned Heat" by Jamiroquai (talk about a fun ride).
Watch how the whole thing turns out:
And Peter has done it before: