We're just going to come out and say it; we're jealous of Rizzle Kicks. We're envious of the carefree attitude they've been touting since last year's 'Down With The Trumpets', which has since seen them playing cowboys and indians on 'When I Was A Youngster' and mucking about with James Corden on 'Mama Do The Hump'. Even more infuriating is that it's near-impossible not to warm to them.
Their latest is once again more laid back than a sun lounger; an ode to gap year students who decide to up sticks, ditch their other half and trek across the globe. Lyrics like: "Feels like I'm in a film/ Director, producer and as it happens I'm the main character," normally weaken our stomachs, but in this instance it's probably down to the green-eyed monster lurking deep inside of us.