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ED SHEERAN INTRODUCES OFFICIAL VIDEO FOR “HAPPIER” FROM RECORD-BREAKING STUDIO ALBUM ‘÷’

Ed Sheeran has today introduced the official video for “Happier” from Ed’s record-breaking, 14 million-selling third studio album ‘÷.’ The brilliant visual was directed by Emil Nava (Eminem, Rihanna), who has worked on many of Ed’s official videos since the start of his career. Watch the video here.

Shot to the backdrop of New York and following the song’s emotive narrative, we see Ed’s lookalike puppet, which made its debut in the official video for “Sing”, return for yet another show-stealing performance in the accompanying video. To date, “Happier” has received over 400 million streams and has landed 8 x Platinum/5 x Gold certifications across the globe.

Ed Currently on a world stadium tour, Ed will return to the US later this fall to kick off his 2018 North American Stadium Tour on August 18th in Pasadena, CA at the Rose Bowl Stadium. The tour is set to end on November 10th in Atlanta, GA at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. For more information and ticket purchases please visithttp://www.edsheeran.com/tour

ED SHEERAN

2018 NORTH AMERICAN STADIUM TOUR

August

18                           Pasadena, CA                               Rose Bowl Stadium

21                           San Francisco, CA                       AT&T Park

25                           Seattle, WA                                  CenturyLink Field

30                           Toronto, ON                                Rogers Centre

September

6                              St. Louis, MO                               Busch Stadium

14                           Foxboro, MA                               Gillette Stadium

15                           Foxboro, MA                               Gillette Stadium

21                           East Rutherford, NJ                    MetLife Stadium

22                           East Rutherford, NJ                    MetLife Stadium

27                           Philadelphia, PA                          Lincoln Financial Field

29                           Pittsburgh, PA                             PNC Park

October

4                              Chicago, IL                                    Soldier Field

6                              Nashville, TN                                Nissan Stadium

13                           Kansas City, MO                          Arrowhead Stadium

17                           Fargo, ND                                     Fargodome

20                           Minneapolis, MN                        U.S. Bank Stadium

23                           Milwaukee, WI                            Miller Park

27                           Dallas, TX                                      AT&T Stadium

31                           New Orleans, LA                         Mercedes-Benz Superdome

November           

3                              Houston, TX                                 Minute Maid Park

7                              Tampa, FL                                     Raymond James Stadium

10                           Atlanta, GA                                   Mercedes-Benz Stadium

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