Ed Sheeran Continues with Cryptic Tweets to Tease Fans
Ed Sheeran is set to make his comeback to music tomorrow but not before he teases fans before the release.
After taking a year out from his hectic lifestyle, Ed Sheeran will be releasing his first new song since the release of his last album X in 2014.
The singer songwriter broke his social media silence a couple of weeks ago posting a simple, blank, blue image across his Facebook, Twitter and Instagram platforms. Next, he re-appeared on Snapchat posting a video which only lasted a few seconds in which he said nothing.
Photos also emerged of Sheeran recording what seemed to be a music video in his native Suffolk with a lookalike.
Next he released a video of him holding a piece of paper announcing he will be releasing new music this Friday. This sent fans into a frenzy and anticipation is at an all time high as he continues to drop teasers of the new songs including lyrics with no sound such as "When I was six years old I broke my leg..." and "The club isn't the best place to find a lover..."
This morning Sheeran has tweeted "÷". More than likely this is the name of his new album as his first two, + & X also used mathematical symbols as their titles.
÷— Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) January 5, 2017
There's only one more day to wait until we hear what Ed has for us next. We can expect the new music in Ireland at the convenient time of 5am tomorrow morning.
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