Ed Sheeran keeps the new songs comin’ with Bloodstream
Ed Sheeran’s new album X is coming out next week and the British star continues to give away tracks leading up the album’s highly anticipated release.
After giving us his now-hit single Sing, Sheeran released two more songs Don’t and Afire Love. Yesterday, Sheeran posted yet another track from X entitled Bloodstream. The track is an acoustic slow-burner produced by Rick Rubin about drug use.
Listen to the new song below and for more Ed Sheeran goodness, re-watch his amazing MMVA performance now!
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