Rizzles Kicks promise 'fun' third album
Rizzle Kicks have almost completed their third album and have promised it will be "fun".
The rap duo, Harley Alexander-Sule and Jordan Stephens, went on hiatus from performing together for 18 months while they pursued projects on their own, but now they are back and raring to go with their follow-up to 2013's 'Roaring 20s' record.
The record is almost ready and they have revealed they have gone back to their roots for the LP, which will be more like their debut 'Stereo Typical'.
Harley, 24, revealed to Loaded magazine: "The new album is great, really fun. We've taken the Rizzles back to how we were when we started. We never lost sight of who we are or what we love to make. But we've gone, 'Oh yeah, that's why we made Rizzle Kicks!' There's some fun, silly songs on the new record."
And while the 'Mama Do The Hump' hitmakers have opted for a feel good album, there will also be some "more heartfelt" songs in the tracklisting too.
Harley said: "But there are some deep songs on there too, songs which are more heartfelt. But overall, really this record is a lot of fun. It feels a good moment for us again. It's time for us to slot back in."