X Factor runner-up Marcus Collins has released a cover of The White Stripes' Seven Nation Army as his debut single. - you can listen to it below.
He said: "I'm a huge fan of the original Seven Nation Army and I hope people like my take on it. I'm so happy to be releasing my debut album and can't wait for everyone to hear it."
"The music is really coming together. I've found my niche now, I've found exactly what it is that I want to do and it's looking good."
Matt Cardle covered Biffy Clyro's 'Many Of Honour' when he won in 2010, while Alexandra Burke sang Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah back in 2008.
The duo of Jack and Meg White announced last February that they had no plans to record together or play live again.
They said they had come to decision to protect the band's legacy and thanked fans for supporting them “throughout the 13 plus years of The White Stripes intense and incredible career”.
Marcus Colins - 'Seven Nation Army':
The White Stripes - live