Ed Sheeran Announces A New Rudimental Collaboration Called “Lay It All On Me”

Mike Wass | September 23, 2015 1:30 pm
Ed Sheeran & Rudimental's "Bloodstream" Video
Ed Sheeran and Rudimental's "Bloodstream" video stars Ray Liotta. Watch.

Ed Sheeran is joining forces with English drum and bass band Rudimental for a new collaboration called “Lay It All On Me,” which drops Friday (September 25). “Got a brand new single coming out friday, with @RudimentalUk, called Lay It All On Me. Watch out for it,” the 24-year-old tweeted yesterday. “That’s the last song il be releasing for a long time, til album 3, hope you like it.”

If “Lay It All On Me” is anywhere near as good as Ed’s last collaboration with Rudimental (x highlight “Bloodstream”), it’s destined to be massive. That track peaked at number two in the UK and New Zealand, and reached number seven in Australia. The “Photograph” hitmaker is currently touring America and will release his first concert film Jumpers For Goalposts on October 22. See his tweets below.

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