None of High Risk Behaviour is polished or refined. Instead, this is scruff-arsed music that shines thanks to a genuine charm and sense of natural humour. With half the songs not breaking the two-minute barrier and none sticking around for three, each track comes in on a fiendishly simple riff and does its job as quickly as possible so it can get down the pub. This, however, is ample time in which to cover such important topics as venereal disease (The Clap), getting tanked (Drunk And Disorderly), and identity theft (um, Identity Theft). You might think they’re taking the piss, until you listen and realise that this is simply what The Chats are really like. Their ode to a delicious dinner in the boozer, Pub Feed, is silly, but it’s also a boisterous, catchy shout-along. Meanwhile, Dine And Dash, a song about (you guessed it) skipping out on your restaurant bill, is similarly boneheaded fun.