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The week after the series final, Cardle's cover version of "Many of Horror" originally recorded by Scottish rock trio Biffy Clyro and retitled as "When We Collide", topped the UK Singles Chart to become the 2010 Christmas number 1 and remained there for three consecutive weeks.On 15 March 2011, it was reported that Cardle has signed a record deal with Syco Music in a joint venture with Columbia Records, becoming the first The X Factor winner not to be exclusively signed to Simon Cowell's label.The week before the semi-final he had to withdraw from a secret X Factor gig in London due to throat problems which saw him almost have to miss the show that weekend. Cardle was announced the winner on 12 December 2010, after receiving 44.61% of the vote.He received the most votes every week from week 2, being beaten only by Mary Byrne in week 1.
It remains his most viewed performance on You Tube with over 29 million views to date.Cardle is a keen skateboarder and spent a lot of his college years at skate parks instead of studying and therefore felt that education wasn't the right path for him.The band described themselves as an acoustic rock band.Cardle then parted ways with record labels Syco Music and Columbia Records, and signed a recording contract with So What Recordings in early 2012.He released his second studio album, The Fire, which charted at number 8 on the UK Albums Chart.
He also performed another track from the album, "All For Nothing", on ITV2 show The Xtra Factor.