Ed Sheeran stopped by Rolling Stone's U.S. headquarter's to perform an acoustic, candlelit version of his new song "Hearts Don't Break Around Here." The track appears on his recently released third LP Divide.
Alone and perched upon a stool, Sheeran strummed his guitar while singing the romantic, tender love song that was co-written by Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid. The album version of the song is already one of the slower moments from the pop album, which debuted at Number One on the ARIA charts.
Recently, Sheeran announced an extensive North American arena tour, which will launch in June. While speaking with Rolling Stone for a recent cover story, Sheeran revealed that he has bigger and also more infrequent plans for his future touring life. "I want to do stadiums everywhere," he said in the interview, noting George Strait as an inspiration. "He tours every four years, does a couple of stadiums and then fucks off again."
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