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As the girls prepare to release their second single 'Love Me', Capital FM takes a closer look at the history of Stooshe.
The Stooshe girls prove they're always game for a laugh as they pose for a picture with some policeman.
Stooshe are a London-based trio: Alexandra Buggs, Karis Anderson and Courtney Rumbold. Two of the group's members were discovered by a scout in Topshop before they were paired up with producer Futurecut to work on their debut album.
The girls signed their record deal with Warner Music Group in August 2011 and released their debut single 'Betty Woz Gone' in October 2011. It gained more than 100,000 views on the day it was uploaded. Here they are ice skating. Picture: Facebook
Aside from their utterly infectious music, Stooshe have developed a reputation for their colourful outfits and MASSIVE platforms.
Stooshe perform their current single 'Love Me' featuring Travie McCoy, which is released in March 2012.
We'll have a cheese toastie please, Stooshe! Alex, Karis and Courtney prove they're not your average girl band as they step behind the counter in a cafe.
Stooshe assumed the roles of hotel porters in the video for their amazing single 'Love Me'. You can watch it by clicking the link below.
Karis, Courtney and Alex Buggs perform on stage during HMV's Next Big Thing at The Jazz Cafe in London.
Stooshe have already supported Dappy on his UK tour, as well as Labrinth, who the girls performed with in London in February.
Stooshe already have more than 17,000 followers on Twitter, where you can regularly find the girls keeping their fans up to date with what it's like to be in the band.
Give us a kiss, Stooshe! Picture: Facebook
Alex, Karis and Courtney are expected to release their debut album later this year, but if you want more music from the girls you might want to check out their mixtape, 'The Stoosh Tape'.