Singer Alice proved quite the sensation after being snubbed by The Voice coaches before going on to appear in front of the Britain's Got Talent judges the same month, where she went on to make the live shows.
After praise from BGT boss Simon Cowell, Alice had been signed with Sony but only for a demo contract and the deal never went any further.
Alice instead turned to to the internet and last year raised over £40,000 in funding for a debut album from fans via Kickstarter.
It's plenty more than the £27,000 she had originally planned and the success of the online campaign has left Alice overwhelmed.
“I thought that asking for £27,000 was a long shot, so to exceed that is amazing, especially as so many people are supporting me in both the United States and in the UK," she revealed last year.
Speaking to local paper the Herts Advertiser, Alice continued: “It was nerve-wracking getting closer to the deadline, when the campaign could not receive any more pledges because I was worried that people might pull out.
“But I have got more money than I ever expected, which will help cover my recording expenses.”
Alice had originally hoped to have the album out by September 2015 but delays saw that date pushed back to Spring this year, now it's been confirmed that the record will hit June 10.
You can pre-order Alice's album, which includes covers of Feel Like Makin’ Love and My Funny Valentine from Alice's website HERE.
She wrote: "I am really excited about it and think you will love some of these new versions done with a full band , (even have a Hammond organ in there) and with special guest Theo Travis on sax."
The website states that the first 500 copies sold will be signed and those who backed Alice on Kickstarter will also receive a signed CD.