Military wives choirs from across the north of Scotland are joining forces to mark the centenary of the end of World War I.
Members of the Kinloss, Lossiemouth and Inverness groups will join more than 1,500 women from across the world in the poignant tribute.
The choirs will sing two heartfelt songs with other military wives stretching from the south of England to far-flung countries including Cyprus and Belize.
Composers gathered emotions from all the singers before weaving the feelings into lyrics for two new songs, We Will Remember Them and The Poppy Red.
And the Scottish groups will also step into the spotlight on their own in the album, which has been christened Remember, with their medley of forces songs.
The Moray and Highland singers will travel to Edinburgh next week to record their contribution to the album.
Yesterday, Kinloss choir member, Jenn French, explained there would also be uplifting songs on the recording – including a reworking of A Thousand Years from the Twilight movie series.
She said: “Remembrance is so important to us, we will never forget the sacrifice that was made at the time.
“We feel like we have a lot in common with what happened then. At the time the women were left at home and that is what we are still doing today.
“We want to express how we feel about it while coming together to connect with others who have similar stories. It’s not always sombre, there are songs about how dedicated and devoted you are.”
Scottish military wives choirs will record their contribution to the recording in Edinburgh next weekend before their voices are added to more than a thousand others from across the globe.
Bands from the RAF, Army and Navy will also be heard on the moving album.
Despite the distances between them, Mrs French feels a “connection” with her fellow singers.
She added: “It doesn’t feel as if there are miles between you because the emotions the same. We don’t see each other but we know how they feel.”
Remember is due to be released in June. It can be pre-ordered online at www.pledgemusic.com/projects/mwc