The Liverpudlian singer, who finished second to Little Mix in last year's series, will release his cover of the White Stripes' 2003 track on March 4.
Watch the official clip below:
His debut album, which has been partly-written by his X Factor mentor Gary Barlow, will follow on March 12.
Upon announcing the single last month, Collins said: "I'm a huge fan of the original 'Seven Nation Army' and I hope people like my take on it."
However, the entertainer has since revealed that he is receiving "a lot of abuse" from White Stripes fans.
"I know I can't please everyone," he said. "A lot of people have got opinions on it, but they can always listen to the White Stripes version.
"Why are they listening to me if they don't like it? Listen to the original if you don't like my singing. It's just the X Factor connection but, you know, why are people kicking off about it now?"
Collins yesterday (February 15) previewed new song 'Break These Chains', which will serve as a B-side to 'Seven Nation Army'.
The star recently described Whitney Houston's death as "devastating". Watch him discuss the late singer with Digital Spy below: