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Thursday 18 December 2014

Union J pick their first single

File photo dated 29/11/12 of Union J (left to right) George Shelley, Josh Cuthbert, Jaymi Hensley and Jamie Hamblett, who were knocked out of the semi-final on X Factor in a public vote. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday December 3, 2012. See PA story SHOWBIZ XFactor . Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
Union J's first single is called Carry You

Union J have revealed details about their debut single, Carry You.

The X Factor boyband - consisting of Jaymi Hensley, Josh Cuthbert, JJ Hamblett and George Shelley - will release their first "symbolic" single on June 2.

"We've been through a lot in the short time we've been together and this song sums up how important it was for us to be there for each other," said Jaymi.

The poignant song, which has been written and produced by Steve Mac, is about being there for the important people in your life, and is a personal tune for the group reflecting their "coming together".

Josh added: "If you'd have told us at the beginning of The X Factor auditions that we'd have a record deal and would be releasing a single we wouldn't have believed you. We're so excited to release Carry You and hope everyone likes it as much as we do. Everyone can relate to the track."

Carry You is the first track to be taken from their debut album, which will be released later this year.

Union J, who finished fourth in the last series of the The X Factor, have already signed a deal to publish their memoirs.

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