After months of heavy promotion, which included performances at the Grammys, Brit Awards & Saturday Night Live, British pop-star Ed Sheehan finally releases his sophomore album Divide.
Laced with 12 tracks in total, the follow up to 2015’s X (Multiply) was supposed to drop back in November, but saw a delay thanks to the election. "The plan was to come in September and then the album was meant to come in November, but the week the album was coming out was the week the presidential elections—that was just a shit storm of media, and I was like obviously if I come out with a record then no one's gonna care," he told Billboard. "And then the week after Bruno [Mars] came out, the week after The Weeknd came out and I was like..." But now the wait is no more.
Led by the smash hits “Shape of You” and “Castle on the Hill,” fans can now stream the album in its entirety via Apple Music. Be sure to show support on iTunes.