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class="MsoNormalAmong those who have announced their exit is Nick Ndeda, who used to host XFM's Weekly Top 30 and X Breakfast.
The radio promo for XFM's new move reads, "This is not goodbye.
For those who don't know, XFM Scotland is no longer on air.
The Balcony was produced by Jim Abiss (Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian), and written by Van McCann and is packed full of radio favourites, with new single Pacifier following the Radio 1, XFM and 6MUsic playlisted tracks Cocoon, Homesick, Rango and Kathleen.
As usual the XFM Manchester listeners were full of fantastic suggestions submitted via Facebook, Twitter and SMS.
"Tim, Jim and the XFM listeners have done a cracking job and had a tough job to choose the name.
Taking place on Tuesday, April 29, at Glasgow's legendary live music venue King Tut's, Biffy Clyro will play a specially chosen set to a select audience, in aid of XFM's Fund for War Child.
Don't mention: The time he was suspended by Xfm for playing a song about a sexual assault.
"The Killers have undoubtedly been one of the most important bands of the past 10 years, pushing guitar music into the charts worldwide and, in Mr Brightside, making one of the greatest records of all time," the Telegraph quoted Mike Walsh, head of music for the Xfm network, as saying.
The poll, which was voted for by Xfm listeners, also featured I Am the Resurrection by Stone Roses, Joy Division's Love Will Tear Us Apart and Bitter Sweet Symphony by The Verve.
The Essex-born presenter left XFM last year for the move to the US, but continued to present a weekly show for the London station after his departure.
GCap, which also owns Classic FM and Xfm, is the UK's largest commercial radio broadcaster.