Ed Sheeran’s new album release
Pop singer, Ed Sheeran has announced the his next Album titled “Equals” will be released on October 29.
He also made known the list of all the songs in the album which includes his latest hit song ‘Bad Habit.’
The song was released on June 25, marking his official return to music after a two year hiatus..
Ed Sheeran scored his 12th Number 1 hit with ‘Bad Habits’ on the UK’s biggest chart show, officially breaking his own record of holding the most Number 1’s!
Sheeran said his life has changed in the past few years with marriage and the birth of his daughter and described the album as his coming of age record.
“I can’t wait to share this next chapter with you,” the singer-songwriter said.
Sheeran wrote on Instagram that he started writing and recording the album in 2017.
Equals was written and recorded in London, Sweden and Los Angeles.
“I love it. I think it’s the best bit of work I’ve done,” he said in an Instagram video.
The new album will be Sheeran’s fourth. He released his first album +, in 2011.
The four-time Grammy winner took a break from work and social media in late 2019 after touring for his best-selling album ÷, or “divide.”
The tour lasted for two and a half years, and was the highest-grossing tour of all time, making almost $780 million.
The “divide” album includes the song “Shape of You,” which was the most streamed song on Spotify in the 2010s. It was streamed 2.4 billion times.
In September, Sheeran will perform in a concert to open the NFL season at the first game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Dallas Cowboys in Florida.
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