After a year of complete silence, Ed Sheeran has come back with a brand new album that will most likely melt all of our hearts. He has already released two new songs from his new album Divide called “Shape of you” and “Castle On The Hill”. According to BBC, both singles are already positioned number one and two on UK single charts.

On December 13th, 2016, Sheeran explained through a post on Instagram that he needed a break from social media outlets and his phone in general. He said that he needed time to see the world and that he would be back next year with the a new album and the best music fans had ever heard. Lucky for us, Ed knows how to keep a promise.

Exactly a year later, on the the 13th of 2017, he posted a complete sky blue background on his Instagram. Care to guess what was that about? as promised the color of his new album.

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Days later, the new logo and name of the album was released and it was not a surprise that the name was “Divide”. As all fans may know, past albums have had been the addition (+) and the multiplication (x) symbols, so it was the perfect touch to make the third album the division sign. Additionally, it makes it easier to guess what the 4th album’s name may be, right?



Albums: Plus, Multiply and Divide.


The complete album will consist of 12 brand new songs and will be out for purchase on March 3rd. It’s expected to be one his best albums yet and fans are dying to see what he has created. We hope he had a good year break because now he’s come back with everything he’s got.

Here’s the list of the songs from his album Divide:

  1. Erases
  2. Castle on the hill
  3. Dive
  4. Shape of you
  5. Perfect
  6. Galway girl
  7. Happier
  8. Hearts don’t break around here
  9. New man
  10. What do I know?
  11. How would you feel?
  12. Supermarket flowers

Do any of the titles signal a certain feeling for you? What do you want this new album to sound like? Let us know in the comments!

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