Internet sensations May Arcade are going in to the recording studio - and could be heading for a Christmas Number One.
The Geordie cousins, whose northern version of Carly Mae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe has scored almost 2 million hits online, will record a version of their own song 'Bad Love'.
The single will be released in December and the duo, from Jarrow, hope it will build on the success of their online hit Call Me Da'lin.
Leanne Orr said: "We have a few other things in the pipeline we are very excited about and we have had such a good reception from the video we really appreciate everybody following us and sending us the the nice messages.
"We are going in to the studio at the end of the month. We are not going to be recording the Geordie video, we are going to do the orginal, Bad Love and hopefully get it out by Christmas."
"They are going to be really good quality," Sophie Vaughan said.
"People have been asking if we are going to do any more Geordie covers, and we are not going to say no but probably not straight away."
Call Me Maybe was originally recorded by Canadian singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen and made famous when Justin Bieber and his girlfriend tweeted about it.
Since then, it's been covered by artists from Katy Perry to Nickelback to Crystal Palace Football Club, and even got Olympic approval, when the US swimming team recorded their own video to the song.
The cousins have a regular busking spot at the Central Arcade in Newcastle.
Sophie and Leanne have been playing guitar for the last four years and started writing together a year ago.
As well as covers, they write their own music and have played numerous gigs at pubs and events around the region.
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