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Following the success of their covers, they were signed in 2011 to Epic Records, which was relaunched under L. "Brokenhearted" reached the top 20 in the US Billboard Hot 100 charts, and the top 10 in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom, while "Hello" reached number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs charts in the United States.

"We're like nervous about it now because before we had planned this little wedding, it was going to be really understated, and that's what we wanted at the time, and now we're like, 'The rest of the world is kind of watching,' " Karmin frontwoman Amy Heidemann said.In March 2014, the duo released their debut album, Pulses.The album's lead single, "Acapella", charted in the top 10 in Australia and New Zealand, and went Gold in the United States.They left Epic Records in the middle of 2014 and have since released music independently.Their second album Leo Rising was released on September 9, 2016.Noonan graduated from Old Town High School in Maine, where he was a member of the concert band and jazz ensemble.

The duo has also been a couple since September 2005.

A lot has happened to the pop duo Karmin since being discovered on You Tube after posting catchy cover songs that made them an instant Internet sensation.

The real-life couple landed a record deal, released their breakthrough EP Hello in May and their smash single, "Brokenhearted," peaked at the #16 spot on Billboard's Hot 100 chart.

Both Heidemann and Noonan worked to maintain original songs and ideas, while working toward mainstream and pop music. On September 6, 2012, the duo confirmed via Twitter that they were in the process of making their first LP.

It was first reported that the album would be released in November 2012, but the group stated on a Ustream chat that the album would not come out in November, they would be in the studio the whole month of November to record it.

In December, 2012, the duo started to make appearances at live shows and concerts.