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In 2005 he was a member of the alternative rock / pop band Darwyn and recorded an 11 track album When You Wake and the follow-up EP Little Sunlight in 2006.In 2009, he became the frontman and guitarist of a rock band called Seven Summers. They performed live on Sue Marchant's BBC radio program on 8 December 2009 and released a self-titled album on 22 January 2010.
In 2010, Cardle auditioned for the seventh series of The X Factor, singing Amy Winehouse's "You Know I'm No Good". His mentor was Dannii Minogue, who mentored him until the final when he was announced the winner on 12 December 2010, after receiving 44.61% of the vote. Cardle received the most votes every week from week 2, being beaten only by Mary Byrne in week 1. The week after the series final, Cardle's retitled cover version of "Many of Horror," originally recorded by Scottish rock trio Biffy Clyro, topped the UK Singles Chart to become the 2010 Christmas number 1 and remained there for three consecutive weeks. The song was nominated in the Best British Single category at the 2011 BRIT Awards.
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.
On 18 August 2011, Cardle revealed that his debut album, Letters, would be released in the UK on 17 October 2011. Whilst working on the album Cardle collaborated with various writers including Eg White.
The album's first single, "Run for Your Life," written by Gary Barlow, was released on 9 October 2011 and peaked at number 6 on the UK Top 40 Chart the following week. A second single, "Starlight," co-written by Cardle, failed to enter the top 100, peaking at number 185. Letters debuted at number 2 on the UK Albums chart and spent 16 consecutive weeks in the top 40.
On 20 May 2012 Cardle announced on Twitter that he had "parted ways" with Columbia Records. Cardle says he is currently working on a follow up album to Letters.