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Ed Sheeran will release his album “Equals” on October 29

Ed Sheeran. EPA / Miguel A

LONDON, August 19 (EFE): British singer Ed Sheeran has today announced the release of his fourth studio album, “Equals” (Equals) on October 29.
This was confirmed by the artist himself via a live site on Instagram on Thursday, in which he also revealed that he himself is the author of a “part” of the cover, where, in addition to the “=” symbol on a red Pollockian background, several butterflies appeared. It symbolizes “new life”.
Sheeran painted the cover ‘while in confinement simply by spraying paint on canvas’, inspired by changes his life has undergone in the past four years such as ‘marrying, having children or losing friends’.
The artist admitted that the song “Equals” is the product of a “strenuous” process and was achieved in 14 songs. The first movie, Bad Habits, was released on June 25, and was at the top of the UK charts for seven consecutive weeks.
In addition, Sheeran, live on Instagram, translated and published “Visiting Hours” on all digital platforms, dedicated to his friend Michael, who died last year. His next single will be released on the 10th of September.
A few days ago, on September 2, Sheeran will throw an intimate concert for 2,000 spectators of O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London, to celebrate the decade that marks “+”, the first album of this sports quartet.

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