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Matt Cardle did majority of instrument playing on LP
Songs such as For Every Heartbeat, All That Matters and It's Only Love – co-written by the Run For Your Life singer – will grace the X Factor champ's fresh LP, it has been announced.
It will be coming out on October 29th and has been given the title The Fire. It's Only Love is also set to be a single and will be coming out at the same time.
Cardle brought out the single When We Collide following his 2010 X Factor Win (the same year that One Direction competed). The single went to number one in the UK.
His later first album, Letters, contained tracks such as Starlight, Walking On Water and All for Nothing.
Cardle is going to be visiting the likes of London and Birmingham on tour this October, too.
Published by AW.Posted on 12 Sep 2012 16:54 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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