Matt Cardle’s music video has finally hit the net.
Matt, who was crowned the winner of the X Factor 2010 less than a week ago, is releasing When We Collide, and now you can watch the music video.
He’s playing an actual instrument in the video, something which we’re not used to X Factor winners doing.
When We Collide is a cover of Biffy Clyro’s Many Of Horror.
Speaking to Kerrang, Biffy Clyro front-man Simon revealed that he doesn’t want to be too heavily associated with the show, and he hopes that his fans don’t mind.
“We don’t want to be too closely associated with [X Factor],” he told Kerrang!
“That being said, I think when you look at the classic songs they have used in the past, like Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah for example, it hasn’t really affected my take on that song. I still think the Jeff Buckley version is the best. The same goes for when David Bowie let them use Heroes this year. So I’m hoping it doesn’t impact on the song too much. But you know, it’s too fucking surreal and subversive to possibly be made up!”
“It’s very surreal to think about our music being used on prime time British TV like that,” he added. “I just hope no one is too pissed off about it.”