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Matt Cardle video picture emerges
And Matt Cardle, the man who won the X Factor beating One Direction in the process, is gearing up to bring out another single called It's Only Love.
The track features music instruments such as drums. It also has a music video, a picture of which has been published on the Digital Spy website.
"I've actually drawn a tiny bit of inspiration from a scene in one of my favourite films... Forrest Gump!" Matt, who plays acoustic guitars, says of the clip on the site.
The picture on Digital Spy shows Matt, wearing a t shirt and jeans, standing in the middle of a road.
Matt's fresh LP The Fire, which features Its Only Love, comes out next month.
Cardle was on The X Factor in the same season that saw Cher Lloyd, Rebecca Ferguson and Aiden Grimshaw compete.Posted on 21 Sep 2012 16:45 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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