Ed Sheeran Promises His Next Album Will Be Happier
With songs about drug addiction, breakups, and bad luck in love it's safe to say that Ed Sheeran's music has a certain sadness to it. But, according the singer-songwriter himself, that's about to change on his new album. "It's a bit of a happier album, I think," Sheeran told MTV News in a recent interview, "I've had a different inspiration on this record — obviously, I haven't had the same experiences, it will be different, but only from the senses it won't be tackling such dark matters."
Make note of that, fans: upcoming music from Ed Sheeran will cheer you up rather than make you sad and forlorn! But if you want to be sad, there's always Ed's #1 song, "The A Team:"
Sheeran plans to release his new music in 2014 and in the mean time he'll be touring with Taylor Swift and moving to Nashville, or so he told MTV.
Are you excited to hear new, happier music from Ed Sheeran? Tell us your thoughts in the comments!
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