As boy bands go, New Zealand act Titanium has it all - the look, the sound and of course the screaming hordes of female fans.
Last night they graced the stage at Napier Municipal Theatre, but not before getting up close and personal with their admirers at a meet and greet photo session in Emerson St.
Titanium, made up of six male singers from across the country, was formed more than a month ago during a radio competition for The Edge station.
The boys were plucked from obscurity and have been thrust into the spotlight with their No.1 single Come on Home, followed by a tour of the same name.
Including Hawke's Bay, Titanium have performed five gigs so far, Angela Clements of The Edge said.
"The tour has been filled with screaming girls, undie throwing and a bit of stalking. It's been very exciting and the boys are absolutely amazing. They have got it down to a fine art now. They only had three weeks to prepare. You can certainly tell they are talented because they look like they have been performing their whole lives. They gel really well. Each brings something different to the group which is wonderful."