A singer from Morley will be taking to the stage this week alongside her bandmates in the regional finals of a national song contest.
Emma Duffy, 22, of Queens Road, was spotted online a year ago whilst a new girl group were scouring the internet to find a band mate.
The mother-of-one met up with Rachel Lissenburg, 24, from Selby and Sarah Chapman, 23, from Newcastle and the trio discovered that they made a perfect three-part vocal harmony.
Emma said: “A lot of girl bands just have two-part harmonies so we sound a lot different. We’re quite quirky.”
Together they call themselves Against Habit and have already successfully auditioned for Open Mic UK, in which they will be competing this Sunday.
The trio are busy working hard, rehearsing at locations across the country with Emma’s daughter being their mascot at every rehearsal.
Emma whose dad encouraged her to sing from the age of four, said: “We just want to make a living out of it. We’re really excited and we’re working hard.”
You can show your support online by going to facebook.com/AgainstHabit or twitter.com/AgainstHabit