Boy! Oh Boy! I hate mathematics. But I love the new inventor of math: Ed Sheeran; the World’s favorite redhead singer is back with a new album. There was excitement everywhere, when he announced on 1st January 2017 that he will be releasing a new album this week. There can be no other New Year’s gift than a new album from Ed Sheeran . After his debut album Plus (+) in 2011 and Multiply (x) in 2014, this album was speculated to be Minus (-) or divide (÷). And here it is-(÷) Divide. This guy seriously loves math and trust me he will find enough math symbol for his albums. What I like about Ed Sheeran is that his songs are lyrical and stays fresh in your mind for long. You literally have no idea how much hubby dear and I was waiting for his new album. When I heard his voice, it felt like taking shots of vodka. (Eh! I think I am getting carried away. But I love him so much)
Castle on the Hill
“When I was six years old I broke my leg
I was running from my brother and his friends
And tasted the sweet perfume of the mountain grass I rolled down…”
Our reaction: I got so nostalgic hearing this song. My face was filled with emotions and hubby dear couldn’t stop listening it again and again. It is magical! This can be a new anthem and trust me you will not be able to forget the lyrics. The best thing is that he mentioned his mentor, Sir Elton John, when he tells about singing “Tiny Dancer” in a friend’s car.
Shape of you
“The club isn’t the best place to find a lover
So the bar is where I go
Me and my friends at the table doing shots
Drinking faster and then we talk slow…”
Our reaction: Send this song to your love. Right now! This song is so so so so beautiful, fresh and sexy. It is a pure pop! He said that one of the songs was for Rihanna. I guess he was talking about this song. (Cute wink!)
If you missed old Ed Sheeran then remember change is the only constant thing in life. I personally feel this album will have the perfect blend of lyrical and “catchy” songs. Overall, I loved the feel of these two songs and this guy really love maths!
Let me know what do you feel about these two songs. Did you miss Ed Sheeran?