A Tyneside vocal group are recording their first EP in a distinctive 'barberpop' style.
Scarlet Street has four members - Rachel Cook, Jennifer Davies, Zita Frith and Rosie Winter.
Their pitch-perfect harmonies have already won them a regular slot on Capital FM and they are now working with leading producers on their debut release.
The band's influences range from the singing sirens of the 1940s and 50s to edgy beats of hip hop.
Jennifer Davies said: "We are all professional musicians and our background is singing at functions and weddings.
"We came up with the Scarlet Street concept as a way of offering something a bit different and it got an incredible response from audiences.
"Then when Capital FM chose us as their breakfast show house band things really started to take off.
"We are working with some brilliant producers on the EP and we are hoping it will be released before Christmas."
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