Ed Sheeran has unveiled his 4th studio album which is titled ‘=’ (Equals), and it will be released in October 2021.
Via his Instagram, The British singer and songwriter revealed the details of his 4th solo album on Thursday, August 19, the title of which continues a sequence of mathematical symbols, “=”.
Sheeran’s upcoming album contains 14 songs, including “Visiting Hours,” a tribute to late Australian promoter and mentor Michael Gudinski, and the current hit single “Bad Habits.”
The 30-year-old singer said in a statement that the album, which will be released on October 29th via Atlantic Records, is nothing short of a coming-of-age effort, one that reflects the life experiences of a fully-grown man.
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“My 4th studio album ‘=‘ comes out October 29th, and is available to preorder today on all platforms, cd, vinyl and cassette.
I started writing and recording this album June 2017. Its been a long, long process. I’ve been through love, loss, new life, grief and everything in between during the whole period of writing it, and I feel like it’s really a coming of age record. I’ve never been more proud of a body of work, or more excited/nervous for you all to hear it.
The next song off of it is called Visiting Hours, which I finished for my friend Michael who sadly passed away this year.
If you preorder the album you get this song with it, but it’s also on all platforms from now too. Lots more music to come, but for now I hope you are as excited as me for this album. ‘=‘ everywhere from October 29th x”
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