The Collective (band)

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The Collective
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The Collective at the G.I. Joe: Retaliation Australian premiere, March 2013. From left to right: Trent Bell, Jayden Sierra, Julian De Vizio and Will Singe.
Background information
Origin Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Genres Pop
Years active 2012–present
Labels Sony
Website www.thecollectiveofficial.com
Members Trent Bell
Julian De Vizio
Jayden Sierra
Will Singe
Past members Zach Russell

The Collective are an Australian boy band consisting of members Trent Bell, Julian De Vizio, Jayden Sierra and Will Singe. They were formed during the fourth series of The X Factor Australia in 2012 and finished in third place. The Collective subsequently signed with Sony Music Australia and released their debut single "Surrender", which debuted at number six on the ARIA Singles Chart. The group's self-titled album, The Collective, was released in December 2012 and debuted at number 11 on the ARIA Albums Chart.

History[edit]

2012: The X Factor Australia and formation[edit]

In 2012, Trent Bell, Julian De Vizio, Zach Russell, Jayden Sierra and Will Singe successfully auditioned as soloists for the fourth series of The X Factor and progressed to the super bootcamp stage.[1] After failing to make it into the top six of the Under-25 Boys category during super bootcamp, the judges Ronan Keating, Guy Sebastian, Natalie Bassingthwaighte and Mel B decided to put them together to form a boy band for the home visits stage, thus qualifying for the Groups category.[2] During home visits, they travelled to London, England and sang Rihanna's "We Found Love", their first song as a group, in front of their mentor Keating and guest mentors One Direction.[3] Keating later selected them, along with Fourtunate and What About Tonight, for the live finals—a series of ten weekly live shows in which contestants are progressively eliminated by public vote.[4] During the official launch for The X Factor at the Museum for Contemporary Art in Sydney on 13 September 2012, Keating announced that the group would be called The Collective. He stated, "We put it up on the web and had a lot of different names and the fans themselves picked it."[5]

For the Judges' Choice-themed first live show, The Collective performed Jessie J's "Domino" and received positive comments from the judges, with Keating calling it "the best performance I've ever seen on X Factor anywhere in the world".[6] Bassingthwaighte described their performance as "phenomenal", while Sebastian said it was "unbelievable".[6] For the Party All Night-themed second live show, they performed Kenny Loggins' "Footloose" and again received praise from the judges, with Mel B saying that Keating had a good chance of winning The X Factor with The Collective.[7] For the third and fourth live shows, The Collective performed New Kids on the Block's "You Got It (The Right Stuff)" and The Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" respectively.[8][9] For the '80s-themed fifth live show, they performed Madonna's "Like a Prayer" and received a mixed response from the judges. Bassingthwaighte thought it was not the right song choice for them, while Mel B said "sexy is back".[10] For the Latest and Greatest-themed sixth live show, The Collective performed Ed Sheeran's "Lego House" and again received a mixed response from the judges. While Bassingthwaighte said they "looked fantastic, sounded great", Sebastian felt that Singe, who was on main vocals, looked and sounded nervous and that it was not a perfect performance.[11] For the Made in Australia-themed seventh live show, The Collective performed Timomatic's "Incredible".[12] Following their performance of Justin Bieber's "Beauty and a Beat" in week eight,[13] The Collective landed in the bottom two for the first time with Shiane Hawke. Keating, Sebastian and Mel B saved them in the final showdown, resulting in Hawke being eliminated.[14]

In week nine, semi-finals week, The Collective performed two songs, OneRepublic's "Apologize" and Chris Brown's "Yeah 3x", and received standing ovations from the judges for both of the performances.[15] That same week, The Collective landed in the bottom two again with Bella Ferraro. They received two votes each from the judges, resulting in a deadlock. It was then announced that The Collective received the most public votes and were put through to the grand final, resulting in Ferraro being eliminated.[16] They joined Samantha Jade and Jason Owen for the grand final. During the first part of the final on 19 November, the three finalists were required to perform three songs – their audition song, last shot song and winner's single. The Collective's last shot song was Karmin's "Brokenhearted"[17] and their winner's single was titled "Surrender".[18] The following day, it was announced that The Collective finished in third place.[19]

2012–present: The Collective and subsequent releases[edit]

On 22 November 2012, two days after The X Factor ended, The Collective signed a recording contract with Sony Music Australia.[20][21] Their song "Surrender" was released digitally the following day as their debut single.[22] It debuted at number six on the ARIA Singles Chart and was certified gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association for sales of 35,000 copies.[23][24] The group's self-titled mini album, The Collective, was released on 14 December 2012; it features their debut single, studio recordings of six songs they performed on The X Factor, and a cover of Wham!'s "Last Christmas".[25] The album debuted at number 11 on the ARIA Albums Chart and was certified gold.[26][27] "Last Christmas" was released as the group's second single that same day, but failed to impact the charts.[28] At the 2012 Poprepublic.tv IT List Awards, The Collective won the 'Favourite Australian Group' award and were nominated for 'Breakthrough Artist of 2012'.[29][30]

In January 2013, The Collective and other contestants from the fourth series of The X Factor embarked on The X Factor Live Tour across Australia.[31] Their third single "Another Life" was released on 28 June 2013,[32] and debuted at number 47 on the ARIA Singles Chart.[23] On 24 August 2013, The Collective performed in Indonesia for RCTI's 24th anniversary television special, X Factor Around the World, along with Samantha Jade, Melanie Amaro, Novita Dewi, Jahméne Douglas and Fatin Shidqia.[33] They performed "Surrender" and then "Payphone" as a duet with Shidqia.[33][34] The Collective was the supporting act for Jessica Mauboy's To the End of the Earth Tour in Melbourne on 9 November 2013.[35][36] On 26 January 2014, band member Zach Russell announced on Twitter that he had left the group.[37] The remaining members of The Collective served as the supporting act for Reece Mastin's Restless Tour in Canberra on 7 February 2014.[38][36] The group's fourth single "Burn the Bright Lights" was released on 30 May 2014,[39] and debuted at number 34 on the ARIA Singles Chart.[23] On 4 July 2014, The Collective released acoustic covers of Ne-Yo's "Lazy Love" and Ariana Grande's "Problem" as their fifth and sixth singles, but both failed to impact the charts.[40][41] "The Good Life" was released as The Collective's seventh single on 19 September 2014,[42] and debuted at number 74 on the ARIA Singles Chart.[23]

Current members[edit]

Trent Bell[edit]

Trent Bell

Trent Bell, born (1990-05-16) 16 May 1990 (age 24),[43] is from Townsville, Queensland.[44] He was a student at Kirwan State High School in Kirwan, Queensland and was the school captain in Year 12.[44][45] Bell left Townsville in 2009 to pursue his dream for music; he auditioned for the seventh season of Australian Idol but did not make the top twelve.[44][46] Bell also worked as a retail assistant in Brisbane.[44] In 2011, he did vocal training and speech therapy.[47] Bell previously auditioned for The X Factor in series two and three but did not progress to the live finals.[44] Bell auditioned for the fourth series of The X Factor singing Train's "Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)" and received positive comments from the judges and a standing ovation from the audience. Guy Sebastian welcomed him back and told him that it could be his year, while Natalie Bassingthwaighte loved how he never gave up.[48] Bell stated that "persevering and persistence", as well as previous X Factor contestants Reece Mastin and Johnny Ruffo, inspired him to audition for the third time.[1]

Jayden Sierra[edit]

Jayden Sierra

Jayden Sierra, born (1994-10-03) 3 October 1994 (age 19),[49] is from Camden, New South Wales.[50] Sierra auditioned for The X Factor singing Paramore's "The Only Exception" and garnered praise from the judges, with Mel B saying that he would be the perfect candidate for a "hot ass boy band".[51] Sierra was inspired by previous X Factor contestants Reece Mastin and Christina Parie to audition for the show.[1] Sierra's parents inspired him to pursue music and they signed him up for his first singing lesson at the age of 12.[52]

Prior to entering The X Factor, he had been singing for six years after giving up soccer to pursue his passion for music.[51] Sierra had also taken part in two seasons of Opera Australia.[47] He was a student at Macarthur Anglican School in Cobbitty, New South Wales. The school's music program helped Sierra grow as a singer which led to him singing in front of the entire school on many occasions. He also had a lead role in the school's production of The Boy Friend.[53]

Julian De Vizio[edit]

Julian De Vizio

Julian De Vizio, born (1995-08-01) 1 August 1995 (age 19),[54] is from Adelaide, South Australia[55] and is the youngest member of The Collective.[56] De Vizio began singing at the age of six.[47] He auditioned for The X Factor singing Chris Brown's "With You" and received a positive response from the judges, with Ronan Keating calling him special.[57] De Vizio stated that seeing a lot of young artists including Justin Bieber "who are huge around the world" inspired him to audition for the show.[1] Prior to entering The X Factor, he was a student at Rostrevor College in Woodforde, South Australia.[58] He was also in the school choir and a cappella groups.[47]

Will Singe[edit]

Will Singe

William Singe, born (1992-07-02) 2 July 1992 (age 22),[59][60] is from Forestville, New South Wales and is the rapper of The Collective.[56] Singe is of Māori Australian descent.[61] He previously auditioned for The X Factor in series three but only made it to the end of the bootcamp stage.[47] Singe auditioned for the fourth series singing Justin Bieber's "One Less Lonely Girl" and received positive comments from the judges. Mel B felt that Singe was singing the song just to her, Guy Sebastian called his added rap in the song "crazy", and Ronan Keating said it was a great audition song.[57]

Prior to entering The X Factor, Singe worked as a bank teller at the Commonwealth Bank in Dee Why, New South Wales.[60][62] He was a student at St Augustine's College in Brookvale, New South Wales.[63] Singe cites his father, a singer-songwriter from New Zealand who plays guitar and bass, for his musical beginnings. He began recording music with his father as a child and previously held gigs with him at In Situ, a restaurant and bar in Manly, New South Wales.[60] In 2013, Singe was featured on fellow X Factor contestant Bella Ferraro's single "Forgot You".[64]

Former members[edit]

Zach Russell[edit]

Zach Russell

Zachariah Russell, born (1989-12-21) 21 December 1989 (age 24),[65] is from Rockhampton, Queensland.[66] Russell auditioned for The X Factor singing Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" and received a mixed response from the judges. Mel B thought his rendition was annoying, Natalie Bassingthwaighte said he "butchered the song" but has star quality, and Ronan Keating said it was the wrong song choice. However, he received four yes votes from the judges and progressed to the next round.[67] Prior to entering The X Factor, Russell worked for his father's courier company.[47] He is currently in a relationship with Katrina "Keeda" Risteska, who also auditioned for The X Factor but only made it to the end of the home visits stage as a member of the girl group Black Ivory.[68][69]

On 26 January 2014, Russell announced on Twitter that he had left The Collective.[70] In an interview with The Morning Bulletin on 1 February 2014, he admitted that he left the group in order to pursue a career as a firefighter.[37] Russell has since moved back to Rockhampton and is now working at a car dealership.[37]

Concert tours[edit]

Headlining
  • The X Factor Live Tour (2013)[31]
Supporting

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
AUS
[26]
The Collective 11

Singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
AUS
[23]
KOR
[71]
"Surrender" 2012 6 97 The Collective
"Last Christmas"[28]
"Another Life" 2013 47 N/A
"Burn the Bright Lights" 2014 34
"Lazy Love"[40]
"Problem"[41]
"The Good Life" 74
"—" denotes items which failed to chart in that country.

Other charted songs[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions
AUS
[72]
"Domino" 2012 35
"Footloose" 41
"You Got It (The Right Stuff)" 78
"Like a Prayer" 65
"Lego House" 70
"Beauty and a Beat" 94
"Apologize" 47
"Yeah 3x" 72
"—" denotes items which failed to chart.

Music videos[edit]

Title Year Director(s)
"Last Christmas"[73] 2012
"Surrender"[74]
"Another Life"[75] 2013
"Burn the Bright Lights"[76] 2014
"Lazy Love"[77]
"The Good Life"[78]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Type Award Result
2012 Poprepublic.tv IT List Awards Favourite Australian Group[30] Won
Breakthrough Artist of 2012[29] Nominated
2013 Favourite Australian Group[79] Won
2014 Channel [V] Awards[80] [V] Oz Artist of the Year Pending

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