London duo Worry Dolls have been floating around for a while now, but June-released sophomore EP ‘Burden’ is quite possibly their most magical jaunt yet. Its giddy high point, ‘Long Gone’, is Zoe Nicol and Rosie Jones’s brand of twee indie-folk at its most infectious – think Kate Nash and The Moldy Peaches combining to soundtrack a festive bake sale.

Like pre-‘Wilder Mind’ Mumford and the Communion roster, Worry Dolls also opt for acoustic simplicity – with peppy guitar and banjo complementing the pair’s whimsical harmonies perfectly. It’s a mask of course, as beneath the jolly vibes lies a tale of a break up delivered with the sort of wry wit that would put a glimmer on the face of even the most freshly jilted lover.