Ireland's newest girl group Triniti was officially unveiled to the public today at a launch in the Morrison Hotel in Dublin.

The group's musical style, which is already popular overseas, has been described as 'Enya meets the Sugababes'.

Triniti is made up of 25-year-old Laura Cunningham, 21-year-old Eve O'Donnell and 22-year-old Sharon Moran, all from Dublin.

The group, who landed a deal reported to be worth €5m with Universal Classics and Jazz, was today presented with a disc marking 400,000 sales of the compilation CDs 'You Raise Me Up' and 'The Number One Classical Album', on which they sang.

Speaking about the record deal, Eve O'Donnell said: "We are absolutely delighted. We couldn't be happier. We are so lucky and are not taking any of it for granted."

Laura Cunningham said: "We can't wait to see what people think of our album. We have put our heart and soul into it."

Sharon Moran added: "It has been a bit of a shock. Getting all this attention is new for us. But it is really exciting."

Triniti's self-titled album, featuring 'Kiss From A Rose' and 'My Lagan Love', is due to be released on 22 May.