One True Voice

One True Voice
Origin United Kingdom
Genres Pop
Years active 2002–2003
Associated acts Girls Aloud
Past members

One True Voice were a short-lived British boy band created on the ITV television series Popstars: The Rivals in which pop groups of both genders created through a public vote would contest the UK Singles Chart for the 2002 Christmas number one single. In the contest, One True Voice with their No. 2 double A-side "Sacred Trust / After You're Gone" lost out to girl group Girls Aloud and their No. 1 single "Sound of the Underground". One True Voice released a further single in 2003 before acrimoniously splitting in August without having released an album.[1]


The group, who were sometimes referred to as OTV for short, was made up of:

Band members' activities after OTV

Anton Gordon

Matt Johnson

Matt Johnson is releasing a single Get Over You on July 29th 2016. This single was produced by Steve Power

Daniel Pearce

Keith Semple

Jamie Shaw



Year Single Peak chart
(sales threshold)
2002 "Sacred Trust/After You're Gone" 2 9 Non-album songs
2003 "Shakespeare's (Way With) Words" 10 39


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