Union J (originally Triple J) are a British boy band consisting of members Josh Cuthbert, JJ Hamblett, Jaymi Hensley and George Shelley. Shelley left in 2016, with Casey Johnson replacing him. However, Johnson left the group in 2017. They were formed in 2011 and were originally a trio, consisting of Cuthbert, Hamblett and Hensley then, Shelley was later added to the group in 2012 through the ninth series of British television music competition The X Factor, in which they finished fourth. They subsequently signed a record deal with Sony Music subsidiary RCA Records and released their debut single "Carry You" in June 2013. Their self-titled debut studio album, Union J, followed in October 2013 and peaked at number six on the UK Albums Chart.
In April 2014, Union J left RCA and signed with Epic Records. Their second studio album You Got It All – The Album was released in 2014. It was preceded by the lead single "Tonight (We Live Forever)" and "You Got It All".
The band reformed in 2022 with the four original members and performed a show at the London Palladium 10 years to the date of their first X Factor audition. At this show, they announced they would be going on tour in Spring 2023.