Tipped as one of the best bands on this year's X Factor, Overload come to Weston-super-Mare.
The boys say their genre of music is cheeky pop and that is what makes them stand out.
Here they are performing Dolly Parton's 9 to 5.
Overnight storms have led to yet another day of difficulty for commuters with lightning strikes meaning disruption to rail services.
A weather warning remains in place, with heavy showers and more thunderstorms expected.
On the railways, First Great Western services are affected by storms in the Bath Spa area. Lightning damaged equipment between Melksham and Chippenham in Wiltshire, with the lines between Swindon and Bath Spa/Westbury currently closed.
A shuttle train service is now in place between Chippenham and Swindon.
The Met Office says the bad weather is set to continue. Forecaster Nicola Willis says there was between 10mm and 20mm of rainfall over a four-hour period - a third of the expected monthly rainfall.
She went on: "That is quite a significant amount of rain. There have also been quite a few lightning strikes over that period."
Motorists have been warned of the risk of surface water after the heavy downpours.
Overload were a a huge hit with the judges on ITV talent show the X Factor.
Bristol boy Ollie Garland and the other band members sailed into the next round.
The band performed their own song, called No, No, No. Judges said they were one of the best boy bands in the competition with Louis saying the song could be a hit.
Overload is made up of Ollie, Joey, Andy, Jordi, and Ryan.
A car and it's driver had to be pulled out of flood waters in Melksham this morning after Wiltshire was hit by flash floods overnight.
Roads in Wiltshire have been disrupted by the storm overnight.
Please note that many of the counties roads are effected by surface water so extra care should be taken
- A365 Shurnhold Melksham Closed
- A3102 Westwood Passable with Care
- B4528 Patterdown Chippenham Passable with care
- B3097 Station road, Westbury
Last night saw heavy rainfall and dramatic thunder and lightning across the region. Steeple Ashton in Wiltshire has seen flash flooding, and this morning a train travelling from Bristol to London is stuck in flood water, and 90 passengers have been evacuated.
Here are some more of your pictures of the storms.
There are reports of an accident on the A4 this morning.
The road is blocked eastbound near the A363 Bradford Road/London Road East. Traffic is building up and police are on the scene.
A house in Littlejohn Avenue in Melksham caught on fire after being struck by lightning last night. Fire crews are still at the scene but no one has been hurt.
Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service says it has received over 200 calls for assistance since yesterday evening due to the severe weather.
The emergency service is also urging all drivers to take care on the roads this morning due to floodwater and the potential for some manhole covers to be raised.
The Great British Beach Clean begins today - with beaches in Somerset in line for an end of season clean-up. Among those targeted are Berrow, Brean and Weston-super-Mare. The three-day event has been organised by the Marine Conservation Society.
A scroll of tributes to a teenager whose body was found in the River Avon has been laid out in a church in Bath. Sam Amin was discovered in the river on Tuesday after going missing for three days.
Now more than seventy of his friends have left messages on a 10 metre strip of paper which will be presented to his family. It's been made at the church he attended, St Michael's in Twerton.
Rector Richard Wilson says Sam will always be remembered by his friends and family.