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Ed Sheeran Premieres New Track 'Eraser'

03-01-2017
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Ed Sheeran

(Radio.com) Ed Sheeran is helping SBTV celebrate its 10th anniversary with an exclusive video of his new single "Eraser." The song is one of the tracks on his forthcoming album "divide" which is set to hit stores this Friday, March 3rd.

Sheeran shared how it had been seven years since SBTV first uploaded one of his videos. "Which started my career properly," he added. In a sepia-toned video, Sheeran plays an extended acoustic version of "Eraser."

Even though the video is edited into several different shots, Sheeran performed the whole song in only one take. At the end, when a man off camera tells him that, he smirks shyly and replies "Cool" before walking off the set. Watch the video here.

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