A GROUP of Music Technology students from Coleg Llandrillo face a nervous wait after performing at the Skills Competition Wales' ‘Popular Music Performance’national final.

‘Seven Waves’, battled it out with three other bands from across Wales, who all qualified through a series of highly-competitive heats.

The final took place at the Atrium, University of South Wales, Cardiff with each band selecting, rehearsing and performing a short set of three songs - which could have beem covers, originals, or a combination of both.

The finalists now have to wait until March before the results are released.

The members of the Rhos-on-Sea-based band are: Harmony Flynn from Towyn, Ioan Ruggiero (Abergele), Catherine Fenner (Conwy), and Michal Gorecki, Julia Kaminska, Krystian Kozinski and Noah Spree, who are all from Llandudno.

The other bands in the final were ‘Bootsnake’ from Merthyr Tydfil College, ‘Sonic Riot’ from Coleg Y Cymoedd and ‘The Realm’, who represented Cardiff and Vale College.

Llandrillo tutor James Taylor said: “Three of the members are from Poland, who moved to Llandudno to study Music Technology here at Coleg Llandrillo.

"They are currently working on material for our annual Music Technology album which will be released near Easter.

"They are hoping for further iTunes chart success after one of their songs was featured on the college album ‘Pink Noise’, which was released last year.”