Like Susan Boyle, Escala and Faryl Smith before them, Jonathan and Charlotte, runners up to a dancing dog in Britain's Got Talent 2012, have released this year's obligatory Simon Cowell backed classical album.
Talking to us last week about the album, the two explained that they hoped it would bridge the gap between classical and pop music, something that 'Together' successfully pulls off. Fortunately, Jonathan and Charlotte have avoided going down the ill judged Katherine Jenkins 'Bring me to Life' route and have produced an album which is an altogether classier affair.
Don't be fooled by the inclusion of pop hits such as 'Rule the World' and 'Who wants to Live Forever' though, this is very much a classical album at heart, and a superbly produced one at that.
This is not to say that the pop covers feel out of place. Giving Take That's hit 'Rule the World' the classical treatment, the track is transformed from a house wife friendly ballad into a dramatic and rousing operatic number full of grandeur and emotion.
The album most excels however when the two are belting out the classical numbers. Enlisting the help of fellow BGT contestants 'Only Boys Aloud' on opening track 'The Prayer', from the off it is clear that Jonathan and Charlotte intend to make their mark on the classical landscape.
Tackling classical heavyweight tracks Ava Maria, Caruso and Canto Della Terra with aplomb, it's hard to believe that Jonathan and Charlotte are still only 17 years of age.
During their first audition, Simon Cowell, ever on the look for the next Susan Boyle, urged Jonathan to drop Charlotte. Declining the music mogul's advice, Simon was forced to eat his words when Charlotte more than proved why she deserved her place on stage during the semi-finals of the contest.
And thank goodness they decided to stay together, Charlotte's angelic, controlled vocal is a joy to listen to- perfectly complimenting Jonathan's tour-de-force operatic baritone.
'Together' is a big album with huge ambition. Thankfully, this ambition is more than met from start to finish. Whoever next year's classical act on BGT is they have a lot to live up to.