Irish lads whip out the ukulele on Ryanair flight and it looked like the absolute CRAIC 1 year ago

Irish lads whip out the ukulele on Ryanair flight and it looked like the absolute CRAIC

Can this band be on every flight please?

When you're heading back from a holiday, it's safe to say that you're not in the best of moods.

You're coming back to Ireland, the sun is gone, you have to go back to work, and it's no longer acceptable to have a glass of prosecco at 12pm.

However, if these lads were on your flight, you would definitely have a smile on your face coming off the plane.

Irish band Jaker & Co, which consists of twin brothers Neil and Paul Casey, as well as Gavin McCormack were travelling back to Ireland last week after performing at a wedding in Barcelona.

The guys got up mid-flight with their instruments and began an impromptu sesh, and we have to say, it's absolutely brilliant.

According to the band, they asked the flight attendants if they could play, and when they gave them the go-ahead, Neil, Paul and Gavin made their way to the front of the plane and started playing.

As well as playing Paolo Nutini's Pencil Full Of Lead, the lads also sang Happy Birthday to a boy who was celebrating his birthday.

If you want to check the lads out, you can visit their website here. And let's all sign a petition for them to be on every Ryanair, yeah?