SINGING brothers Richard and Adam Johnson are to release a Christmas album.
The Britain’s Got Talent finalists will be hoping to match the success of their first album, The Impossible Dream, which remained at the top of the charts for four weeks.
The album, which will be released on December 2, includes traditional carols such as Away In A Manger, Silent Night and Once In Royal David’s City.
The brothers, who were making sandwiches in their parents’ Holywell sandwich shop this time last year, sold more than 100,000 copies with their debut album.
Dad Paul described the past year as ‘amazing’ for the family.
He said: “We just can’t believe it really – we’re just so surprised that it’s happening so quickly.
“With them having done so well with their first album Sony must have confidence for them to get something in for Christmas.
“It was only August really that their first album came out so to have another one so soon after is amazing.”
He said the brothers were having to work very hard, but were loving every minute of it.
“Being able to follow their dreams is fantastic for them,” Paul said.
“We went into Tesco to do some shopping and people were stopping us and saying they love them and that they are a credit to North Wales.
“At this point we have no idea where they’re going to be for Christmas but we do hope they will be at home because we do like to have a family Christmas but we will just have to see.”
The former Holywell High School pupils will tour the UK in February and March next year.