Ed Sheeran’s Third Album ‘Divide’ Gets March Release Date: See The Official Cover Art

Robbie Daw | January 12, 2017 7:09 am

Unless someone pulls a major Beyonce in the next month (looking at you, Katy Perry and Lorde), then Ed Sheeran is set to have the first big pop release of 2017. The ginger-mopped crooner’s third album ÷ (or Divide) has officially been given a release date of March 3, it was announced this morning, just a day after all 12 song titles that make up the LP were revealed. For those not as up on mathematics as Ed appears to be, given all of his album titles, that means you only have a seven-week wait.

Last Friday saw the release of two singles from Sheeran, the Spotify-rattling “Shape Of You” and “Castle On The Hill.” The British singer collaborated with writer-producers Steve MacBenny Blanco and Johnny McDaid on those tracks.

Divide goes up for pre-order tonight at midnight, if you feel so inclined.

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