A MUSIC double act who narrowly missed out on winning a national talent contest have their sights set on the future after a series of festival appearances.Sean Barber from Ruislip, and Mark Collins, are an acoustic duo known as Two Little Boys, who progressed to the final of Live and Unsigned.Held at The O2 arena on July 14 2012, the boys impressed a panel of music industry executives and A&Rs with their song In The Morning, which was mixed with Human League's classic Don't You Want Me Baby.In June, they played at Paddington LI.VE jubilee music weekend in Little Venice, followed by Beach Break Live in South Wales. They were also invited to perform at the Peace and Love Festival in Sweden in June, which featured R'n'B superstar Rihanna, Bloc Party, and Billy Idol."That festival was just out of this world. We got to meet all the bands in the artist area. It was unreal," said Sean, of Ruislip.The boys are recording their first EP, and will be on the main stage at the Relentless Boardmasters Festival, where Ed Sheeran and Dizzee Rascal are the headline acts, in Newquay, Cornwall on August 10 2012, after winning a Live and Unsigned award for gaining exposure.Two Little Boys were formed in 2011 after Sean and Mark met on the live music circuit as soloists, and have since gained a growing fan base.More than 150 people wearing Two Little Boys T-shirts were cheering them on at the O2 final, for which Sean expressed his gratitude. (Thanks to Trinity Mirror Newspapers for the words ;-) )
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