Local girl band Office Girls have bounced back from a cruel hack attack last year to release their debut single.
In September 2015, hackers plastered the band member's social media accounts with Nazi imagery, as well as deleting all of their followers.
Chelsea Greene from Edgware, a member of the pop group, said that social media accounts belonging to the band were taken down the day their first single was due to be released.
Chelsea, who is originally from Kingston Upon Thames , said the band were "distraught" about the hacking.
However, the girls have kept to their promise to "come back stronger", and will be releasing their debut single Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is on Saturday February 6.
A 'cheeky track'
Chelsea said: "It's actually the first track we are releasing that is an Office Girls original. It's all about how actions speak louder than words, and is definitely quite a cheeky track!
"It's so exciting to finally get the opportunity to show the world what the Office Girls are really all about. It's the first taste of our style, very urban pop and something totally new.
"I think the hacking was such a turning point for us, yes it was such a blow, and it really shocked us, but in the end it definitely made us want to work even harder to make this work.
"In the end we want to show people that their dreams are worth fighting for, and that no matter how many people try to stop you or bring you down, you just need to pick your self up and keep going."
Since last year's hacking, the band has dedicated itself to charity work, releasing a Christmas single - a cover of Michael Jackson's Heal The World - of which the proceeds were donated to French charity 'Secours Populaire Francais' in light of the recent Paris attacks, as well as Save The Children.
The band also tours schools to raise awareness of online safety and cyber-bullying.
Greene said: "Our school tours have been one of the most eye opening and inspiring things we've experienced.
"We get up at 5am every day and speak to thousands of children about how they can make a positive change in the world, how to deal with bullying and how important it is to embrace every person for who they really are.
"We have had the most incredible responses from the kids in return and it's this that keeps us going every day. Sometimes with our schedule it can be overwhelming doing seven hours of performance a day on top of everything else, but when we get to chat to the kids on social media and in the schools, it just reminds us of why we got into music in the first place.
"Even if just one child is bought a little more joy, or feels a little less alone because of what we do, then we're happy."
The band are planning to slowly release more music following the new single release.
Greene said: "We actually have an albums worth of tracks all ready to go, but we're taking it slow, we want to do this right, not fast.
"Music and preforming is what we live for, we just want to keep making people feel inspired, happy and hopefully get them dancing.
"Whatever the future holds, we’re going to keep doing what we love, and no matter what happens we will never stop fighting for our dream."