Ed Sheeran releases ‘÷ (Divide)’ featuring ‘Castle on the Hill’ & ‘Shape of You’ (2017)
Ed Sheeran‘s ‘÷ (Divide)’ feat. ‘Castle on the Hill’ & ‘Shape of You’ is his third studio album released on March 3, 2017 by Asylum / Atlantic Records.
1 . Eraser (Live)
2 . Castle On The Hill (Live)
3 . Castle On The Hill (Official Video)
4 . Shape Of You (Official Video)
5 . Shape Of You (Live)
6 . How Would You Feel (Acoustic Session)
7 . Heartfelt Meaning / Supermarket Flowers
Ed Sheeran – Divide
Track Listing : 1.Eraser (Ed Sheeran, Johnny Mcdaid) – 03:47 . 2.Castle On The Hill (Ed Sheeran, Benny Blanco) – 04:21 . 3.Dive (Ed Sheeran, Benny Blanco, Julia Michaels) – 03:58 . 4.Shape Of You (Ed Sheeran, Steve Mac, Johnny Mcdaid) – 03:53 . 5.Perfect (Ed Sheeran) – 04:23 . 6.Galway Girl (Ed Sheeran, Amy Wadge, Damian Mckee, Eamon Murray, Johnny Mcdaid, Liam Bradley, Niamh Dunne, Sean Graham, Foy Vance) – 02:50 . 7.Happier (Ed Sheeran, Ryan Tedder, Benny Blanco) – 03:27 . 8.New Man (Ed Sheeran, Ammar Malik, Jessie Ware, Benny Blanco) – 03:09 . 9.Hearts Don’T Break Around Here (Ed Sheeran, Johnny Mcdaid) – 04:08 . 10.What Do I Know? (Ed Sheeran, Johnny Mcdaid, Vance) – 03:57 . 11.How Would You Feel (Paean) (Ed Sheeran) – 04:40 . 12.Supermarket Flowers (Ed Sheeran, Johnny Mcdaid, Benny Blanco) – 03:41
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Musicians : Ed Sheeran – Vocals
Production : Produced By Ed Sheeran, Benny Blanco, Steve Mac, Johnny Mcdaid, Will Hicks, Labrinth, Killbeatz .
Recorded In 2016.
Released On March 3, 2017 By Asylum / Atlantic.
Video Director(s) : Jason Koenig for “Shape of You,” “Galway Girl” and “Perfect” . Emil Nava for “Happier” .
(Source Ed Sheeran – Divide | Official Site)
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