X Factor’s Four Of Diamonds set to drop debut album in 2019
Four Of Diamonds are set to drop their debut album in 2019.
It follows the group signing a record deal at the start of this year.
The X Factor finalists made the live shows in 2016, replacing Brooks Way who were dropped from the competition in the first week.
The four piece are made up of Caroline, Sophia, Yasmin and Lauren and Nicole Scherzinger named them as her favourite girl-group in the competition at their first audition.
They’ve released a trio of singles over the past 12 months, with most recent track Blind premiering earlier this month (December).
“Blind is about how you can be so infatuated with someone that you’re completely oblivious to how they’ve treated you . . . we’ve all been there,” the girls said of the song.
The Sun reports that their debut record, produced by DJ Jonas Blue, will follow in 2019.
Four Of Diamonds had only been performing together as a group for a few weeks before they initially auditioned for the judges in 2016.
Each of the girls hails from a different part of the UK; Caroline is from London and has been studying Commercial Music at University and Lauren is from Surrey and has been working part-time in a supermarket and teaching dance.
Yasmin from Manchester has been studying a music course and Sophia from Birmingham has been studying Bio-Veterinary Science at University.
On The X Factor, they described their sound as a modern twist on the classic sixties style.
After making it as far as judges’ houses, the girls were originally sent home by mentor Louis Walsh.
But they were brought back for the second round of live shows when Brooks Way were cut from the contest.
Four Of Diamonds finished 7th on The X Factor and in 2017 went out on the live tour.
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