Finally this week comes the debut release of a band that I have been waiting for for what seems like a year. And in essence it has been a year since we first saw Eddie, Sonny and Te aka Loveable Rogues bound onto the audition stage on 'Britain's Got Talent'. They instantly won the judges over with their self penned, self performed songs like 'Love Sick' and 'Honest' (both of which will be on their debut album in the summer) that mixed sweet harmonies and lyrics with a big dashing of quintessentially British wit.
After signing to Epic/SyCo and gigging up and down the country extensively last summer they were originally supposed to release a debut single last autumn but instead held back to take time to perfect the songs they'd already crafted as well as recording some new ones - and now fresh from supporting their label mate Olly Murs on his sold out UK tour I'm pleased to say that wait was worth it.
In a world where the charts are populated by preening pretty boys that are told what to do and what to sing like One Direction and Union J these lads are a much needed blast of fresh air. I loved them on the show but it wasn't until I saw them in action for the first time at the O2 on the Olly tour last month that I saw just how good they were - talented and also very funny to boot which comes across completely in 'What a Night' which is a lively, lairy anthem about house parties gone horribly wrong.
If you're not swayed just yet by this song then I can reassure you they are yet to release some of their better songs but make sure you keep your eye on this lot. I'm confident that 2013 is going to be their year.