Star singing twins from Peterborough are set to release a debut single after impressing judges on BBC talent show The Voice.
Twins Hannah and Naomi Moxon (20) are this week recording their acoustic cover of ‘Bring Him Home’ from Les Misérables.
The song will be available to download off iTunes and Amazon when it is released.
A release date has not been set but is expected to be inside the next month.
The twins from Longthorpe, who are known as Classical Reflection, were in the team of Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson whilst on the BBC Show.
They were knocked out at the battle stage after singing ‘The Living Years’ by Mike & The Mechanics alongside Emmanuel Nwamadi who went through instead.
However, they received praise from fellow judges Will.i.am and Tom Jones with the latter saying they had angelic voices.
Reflecting on their new deal with record company Dischromedia, which agreed to the deal after being contacted by the twins, Hannah said: “They were so lovely and we instantly trusted them. We are really excited.
“They said when they were younger they were in a similar position so they like helping new talent.
“If this goes well they said they would be interested in doing an album.”
If this goes well they said they would be interested in doing an album.Hannah Moxon
Limited numbers of CDs of the new song will be available to buy.
Hannah added: “We felt it was such a beautiful song.”
The music teachers are also performing at the John Clare Theatre on June 5 and 6.
For tickets, visit http://www.classicalreflection.co.uk/