X Factor stars the MacDonald Brothers said they would stay loyal to their Scottish fans as they announced a new album deal.
Craig, 21, and Brian MacDonald, 20, have teamed up with former Bay City Roller Stuart Wood and signed a two-album contract with independent label The Music Kitchen .
The brothers, who are from Ayr, will release their self-titled album on April 2.
The record is a collection of Scottish pop songs, and the first single is a revamp of the Bay City Rollers hit Shang-A-Lang which they covered on the ITV show.
It will be released the same day as the album as a download only single.
The Proclaimers' song 500 Miles also features on the album.
Craig MacDonald said: "Our album has a Scottish theme and there are two of our own songs on it. People are really passionate about it and it's a wake up call making us realise that Scotland is where our loyalties lie.
Brian MacDonald said: "Since X Factor things have been brilliant and this is just a dream come true because ever since we were wee all we wanted was to bring out an album.
"We are going to target Scotland first and we'd like to get number one in the Scottish album chart and in the independent label chart.
"It's fantastic to be working with Stuart as well, I cannot believe how well we all get on, and he makes a few appearances on the album."