Listen to Ed Sheeran’s secret song Friends
MMVA performer Ed Sheeran gave fans an added treat when they bought the EP for his latest single Sing, which just recently became available on iTunes. In addition to receiving the first single off Sheeran’s upcoming sophomore album X, Sheerios also received a bonus track.
Friends shows Sheeran going back to basics, with just his guitar and his trademark lovestruck lyrics. The b-side track focuses on Ed attempting to walk the always difficult tight rope of friends with benefits, with lines like “Friends just sleep in another bed/ And friends don’t treat me like you do/ Well I know that there’s a limit to everything/ But my friends won’t love me like you”.
Multiply, Sheeran’s follow up to his massive debut album +, will be released on June 23, two weeks after his upcoming performance at the 2014 MMVAs on Sunday, June 15 at 9E/6P on Much, CTV and CTV GO.
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