Today sees the exclusive debut of 'Never Off' by Honor, whose fairytale story of discovery sounds like the once-in-a-lifetime kind of luck which just doesn't happen outside the movies, and of which every aspiring musician can only dream.
Honor's music was discovered completely by chance when she lost her memory stick on a London train, and it was picked up by another passenger. That person happened to be popular YouTube blogger LukeIsNotSexy, who became entranced by her sound, and determined to track her down.
He enlisted his 500,000 subscribers, a Facebook page was formed, and #NameThatGirl even started trending on Twitter. And eventually Honor was found. You can watch her ecstatic response to being discovered below.
Following this popular response, Honor has been scooped up by Spaceship management, and her distinctive track already mixed by Swedish hit makers Pang!, whose most recent hit was David Guetta's 'What I Did For Love'.
Watch Honor's reaction to finding out she was THAT girl below...
The mystery has been solved!! #NameTheGirl #MyNameIsHonor :DPosted by HONOR on Tuesday, February 10, 2015