West Yorkshire girl band Voxe are aiming to take the pop world by storm.
Just a year after forming, the four piece band have won best original song and performed live at The O2 arena as part of national competition Live and Unsigned.
The girls staved off 40,000 musicians to achieve the place in the final, which was taking place this weekend in London after winning the regional leg.
Voxe are actress Sophie Wysoczanski, 26, of Calverley; former Miss Leeds Victoria Bailey, 26, from Wortley; shop assistant Melissa Walton, 24, from Belle Isle, and professional dancer Lauren Evans, 24, of Bradford.
Sophie said: “Just because we’re pretty little things and do pop music, it doesn’t mean that we don’t take this very seriously, we are very focused in wanting to succeed in the industry, we each come from a musical and performing background and work very very hard.
“If we are compared to the Spice Girls then that is fantastic, we all grew up loving the Spice Girls and girl power is what’s got us fighting for what we want to achieve today.
“We really want to carry on that message because girls need to know that we are strong and we can do whatever we put our mind to.”
Voxe formed in August last year and adapted their name from vox, Latin for voice.
They are speeding through the ranks of superstardom and have moved from gigs in schools to clubs.
Voxe won best original song with Spacecat. To view them on YouTube search Voxe Live and Unsigned.