Pop-rock superstar Ed Sheeran has released a new video his single ‘Don’t, lifted from his new full-length record X, out now via Asylum/Atlantic Records. Check out the video below:
Pop heavyweight Ed Sheeran has finally released his follow-up to worldwide smash debut, ‘+’. The eagerly anticipated ‘X’ has most of the music scene on edge, and thankfully doesn’t disappoint. The record boasts a more confident Ed Sheeran playing to his many strengths, and ready to take the world by storm for a second time in his hardworking relatable manner.
Pop-rockers This Century have just released a music video of the band covering Ed Sheeran‘s hit single, ‘The A Team’. You can stream and watch the video below:
Rock veterans Foo Fighters came away from last night’s (Feb 21st 2012) award ceremony at The Brits as winners, picking up the award of Best International Group. Other winners throughout the night included Ed Sheeran, Lana Del Rey, Blur and more. All winners and the award won by them are detailed below:
RockNess has announced its first bunch of acts for this year’s festival, which is to take place on June 8th-June 10th in the Scottish Highlands in Inverness.
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‘+’ by Ed Sheeran is difficult. Difficult to truly like, but also difficult to criticise. After his track ‘The A Team’ broke him in to the mainstream consciousness in June, he has been made into a household name. Based on this lead single, it’s fair to say that the expectations for the rest of the album are respectably high. It is a shame then that ‘+’ isn’t quite up to the task.
Yet more names have been confirmed for the Republic Stage at this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals, joining the already announced acts The Horrors, The Midnight Beast and Pete Doherty. All newly added acts onto the stage are listed below:
And So I Watch You From Afar
The Twilight Singers
Foster The People
Mariarchi El Bronx
Fight Like Apes
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Dry The River
Young The Giant
She Keeps Bees
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Dot To Dot Festival have unveiled the first selection of acts to perform at this year’s festival weekend, taking place in Bristol, Nottingham and Manchester over the final weekend in May. Currently announced performing acts this year are Hurts, The Naked & Famous, Mona, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Ed Sheeran, The Phoenix Foundation and Darwin Deez (Manchester only).
Dates and ticket prices are detailed below. Further information on tickets and the festival itself can be found on the official website.
Bristol: Saturday 28th May 2011 – Â£25
Nottingham: Sunday 29th May 2011 – Â£25
Manchester: Monday 30th May 2011 – Â£20