United we stand, say South Korean boyband Infinite.
Some members have gone on to do solo projects, but nothing beats the feeling of performing together as a group.
In a joint e-mail response to Life!'s questions, they say: "As a solo or duo act, we can focus on what we really like individually and get more chances to show what each of us has, compared with when all seven members are performing together.
"But it feels a bit lonely with just one or two guys on stage. When seven of us are together as Infinite, we give one another more energy, and performing feels a lot more fun."
They will be performing their first concert here at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Saturday.
Infinite, which debuted in 2010, comprise leader and main vocalist Kim Sung Kyu, rappers Jang Dong Woo and Hoya, and singers Nam Woo Hyun, Lee Sung Yeol, L and Lee Sung Jong. They are aged from 20 to 24.
Charismatic Kim, 24, has the highest profile among them.
He was the first to release a solo album when he put out Another Me last year, and he has also appeared on a number of variety programmes, including reality show High Society 2 (2012) and game show The Genius: Rules Of The Game (2013).