Ed Sheeran to release his 4th album later this year 2021.
Ed Sheeran has teased that he’ll return from a career break to release his fourth album at some point in 2021.
The singer, who released his third album ‘Divide’ in 2017, gave the strongest hint yet of his return to music in an Instagram post to mark his 30th birthday.
He wrote: “30 today. many thanks for all of your wonderful messages, I feel very loved. Currently dressed an equivalent as i used to be on my 3rd birthday close to chow down on Colin the pirate caterpillar, poor bloke.”
He added: “I’ll be back online with the 4th instalment within the series later this year, until then.”
While little is understood about the fourth record, Sheeran returned in December to release ‘The Afterglow‘ – his first new music since 2019’s star-studded ‘No.6 Collaborations Project’ album, which saw him team with the likes of Stormzy, Justin Bieber, Camila Cabello, Cardi B and more.
The singer, who also welcomed his first child in September, was recently praised by Ghetts – who explained that Sheeran had gone out of his thanks to find a studio in Japan to record his section of their collaboration.
Speaking of the track ‘1000 Tears’, which features on new album ‘Conflict of Interest’, Ghetts said: “Out of all the people on the album he was the one who turned his verse round the quickest.
I really wasn’t expecting much, on the other hand he hit me back and said he’d found a studio in Japan, during his break.
“I was a touch hesitant to hit him copy [after there have been some technical issues], but he got it sorted on behalf of me within an hour.
“He’s the busiest guy within the world yet he still made time to try to to that on behalf of me .”