Marcus Collins Unveils New Song 'Seven Nation Army' - Audio

27 January 2012, 12:43

Listen to The X Factor runner-up's debut single now on Capitalfm.com.

Marcus Collins has unveiled his debut solo single 'Seven Nation Army'.

The track, taken from The X Factor runner-up star's self-titled debut album, is released on 5th March and was given its first play on Capital FM this morning.

The song is a cover of The White Stripes indie classic, which was originally released in 2003.

Speaking about his version of the track, Marcus said: "I've always been a fan of the original version of 'Seven Nation Army' and hope people like my take on it.

"I'm so happy to be releasing my debut album. I've worked on my music every minute possible since I came out of the show and can’t wait for everyone to be able to hear it."

Marcus Collins is due to release his debut self-titled album on 12th March. The album has been produced by Gary Barlow.

Listen to Marcus Collins' 'Seven Nation Army' below:

Meanwhile, Capital FM has taken an in-depth look at the history behind The White Stripes version of the song.

We are also looking for fans' reaction to the track, which was given its first play on Capital FM this morning (27th January).

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