Episode one is presented by Greg Hackett and Sophie Little
BBC Norfolk Introducing has been collecting, dissecting and broadcasting the county's best new music since 2007.
However, not everyone gets the chance to see what goes on around and behind the sounds created by Norfolk's best up-and-coming talent.
Therefore we're proud to announce the BBC Norfolk Introducing video show - a bi-monthly audio visual treat that beams the best of Norfolk music right into your retinas!
See interviews with the hottest new acts, watch exclusive performances with brilliant bands and catch glimpses of what makes the Norfolk music scene tick.
"We set it up because we believe there's lots of great music being made in Norfolk and we want to give people the chance to see these bands performing and find out a bit more about them," said Gary Standley, producer of BBC Norfolk Introducing.
"What many people will be surprised about is the quality of the film-making that showcases these acts in the best possible light," he added.
Our first episode invades a Norwich house party to film pop-folk poster boy Ed Sheeran playing a secret student house gig, takes funk-rockers Uncle Stash to lunch in a staff room and transmits our video for Huw Stephens' tipped The Lost Levels.
This is all finished off with a chat with Welsh emo favourites Kids in Glass Houses and an exclusive film from Rory McVicar's album launch party.
Never short of new and exciting projects, people, bands, singers and songwriters, stay tuned for more from the BBC Norfolk Introducing video show in the future.
In new music we trust - now it's just easier to see!
BBC Norfolk Introducing goes out on Fridays between 7 and 8pm on BBC Radio Norfolk, 95.1, 95.6 and 104.4FM, DAB and bbc.co.uk/norfolk, log on here to also listen again.