But the good news is, they filmed the whole thing so we can at least get vicariously lit by watching them FSU South Of The Border.
Australia’s favourite loose units raged onboard panga boats with their own Mariachi band, squared off in an epic chicken fight in the middle of the ocean, got inked while chugging beers and wearing Lucha Libre masks, punched darts straight out of the mouths of cooked fish and just generally appeared to have one damn-hell-good-ass time.
Of course, there was a very noble point to the whole thing: creating a music video for their surprise collaborative single, the aptly titled Mexico, which features on Drapht’s new album Seven Mirrors.
The disc – which just dropped last week – also packs guest appearances from Hilltop Hoods, Briggs, MC Joyride, iconic George frontwoman Katie Noonan, Byron Bay songwriter Bradley Stone and Brisbane’s Nat Dunn.
But you can catch both Mexico artists performing at the inaugural street, skate & tunes party, Shakafest this bloody weekend (live collab anyone?)
Otherwise, check out their loose AF new video for Mexico, below.