The model trio enlisted the help of Georgia's producer boyfriend Josh McLellan to lay down a country-style track inspired by their friendship and jet-set lives.
Georgia told Grazia magazine: ''We wrote a country song one night
''My boyfriend produces music, so he helped us make a beat and we wrote the lyrics.
''It's about girls on the road without men, listening to the radio, that kind of thing. We've done a couple of songs.''
Asked if they plan to be the first model super-band, she laughed: ''Maybe. But we'd need another verse first. It only had one.''
The three models have always shared a passion for music and while Suki and Georgia went to school together, they struck up a strong bond with Cara at the Glastonbury festival.
Georgia previously said: ''Cara and I shared our first Glastonbury together.''
Cara interrupted: ''Yes, that's where we fell in love.''
Suki objected: ''I was there too! What the f**k.''
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