Leeds has had it's fair share of talent which include the Kaiser Chiefs, The Pigeon Detectives and Corrine Bailey Rae. According to Leeds Music Scene, the city has around 242 music venues which cater for Leeds' growing music scene.

If you're familiar with the live gigs in Leeds, you would've have come across Dom Bennison and Hayley Flintham who have been showcasing their talents for quite some time.

Dom Bennison, who is also part of the group The Red Shades has featured a number of times on BBC's Introducing in Leeds. Dom Bennison is (if you don't already know him) a keen Guitar enthusiast with a passion for everything music related.

Dom graduated from the University of Chester in Commercial Music and Television Music Production. He is currently in the process of building a studio in his own home, which will soon play host to Littlebrook Music.

The other half of the talented duo is Hayley Flintham who is a solo artist from Leeds and her musical stylings have also appeared on BBC's Introducing. Hayley Flintham studied English at the University of Lancaster and has been working hard to raise her profile. She released her album Wander in February.

This leads nicely into Littlebrook's humble beginnings and what led both Dom and Hayley into starting the band. According to their site, the duo had been songwriting for over eight years together.

It was only very recently that they had decided to officially announce the group in September.

The music which has inspired Dom and Hayley to form a band was actually in part thanks to Hayley's EP Wander. The tracks on the album played to the duo's strengths which combined Dom's talents as a Guitarist and Hayley's vocals.

The pair aims to have an album written by Christmas and have already released one video featuring the song Wander in a live acoustic version. The duo have produced various covers in the past and have followed this through with a cover of Bon Iver's (2007) track Skinny Love.

There's no doubt that these two have a come a long way from their musical roots but have made clear that they're "not striving for perfection - just something honest and real." We often hear that musicians sell out their early values in the hope of fame and fortune.

They tend to be cast adrift with the mainstream bands in the hope of appeasing their record label.

If you truly understand what music is and should represent then you should listen to their tracks.

So, at this point you're probably thinking; "How do Littlebrook position themselves amongst other artists and what is the difference?" Well Littlebrook is an acoustic / alternative / folk band and I guarantee there aren't many out there. The band is definitely one to look out for in 2015 and who knows they could be play at a gig or radio near you !