Max and Harvey are set to release new music.
'The X Factor: Celebrity' twins - who finished in second place behind Megan McKenna - have spent lockdown writing material to record their new EP from their own home.
Max told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre TV column: "We've really put everything we love about music into these songs we've been writing and recording.
"It's something we've never had time to do before. It's important people know this is just us."
The 17-year-old CBBC presenters started their music careers when they were just eight years old on the platform musical.ly, which is now TikTok, where they shared videos singing along to popular songs by Shawn Mendes and Bastille.
They later released their debut single 'One More Day In Love' in 2016, followed by a cover of Justin Bieber's 'Let Me Love You'.
Max and Harvey released their first Christmas single, 'I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday' the following year before landing their own children's documentary 'My Life: Max & Harvey' which showed fans snippets of their career journey and home life.
CBBC then offered them a prime spot with their show 'Fear of Missing Out'.
In 2018, the duo became the first artists to sign with Disney Music Group's new label RMI Records and released their single 'Trade Hearts' followed by their EP 'Coming Soon'.
The next year, they took part in the celebrity edition of the ITV singing competition making it to the finale against 'TOWIE' star Megan, 'The Chase' star Jenny Ryan and V5.
The final show of the series saw the contestants perform a Christmas-themed tune, with Megan stealing the show with Leona Lewis' 'One More Sleep' whilst Max and Harvey covered George Michael's 'Last Christmas'.