A young rock band who made the finals of a national radio competition have vowed to "rock on" after failing to scoop the top prize.

Warning, with members from East Molesey and Sutton, made the last 10 of Xfm's Rock School competition, looking for the best school rock band in the UK.

They were pipped to the post by fellow Sutton band Black and White, but said the rocking won't stop, despite the setback.

Chris Godley, Warning's manager and dad of drummer John, said: "The competition was a really great experience for them.

"It was a very near miss for them and they are now recording a demo CD.

"The band are going to do more live performances and they will be back for next year's competition."

Warning played live on Xfm's breakfast show on November 19 and met comedian Al Murray who was a guest on the show.

The band, all aged between 12 and 15, are guitarist Jack Flynn, from East Molesey, brothers Scott and Craig Edmonds, who are on guitar and lead vocals, William Brackfield, rhythm guitarist, and Alex Sutton on bass who all attend Wimbledon College. Drummer John Godley attends Greenshaw High School in Sutton.