Ed Sheeran has been steadily releasing new music since the start of the year with no signs of slowing down. On Tuesday, the musician dropped "Eraser" in a new live performance video on SBTV: Music's YouTube channel. "This is 10 years to the day that SBTV uploaded their first video," Sheeran says before he begins the song, "and seven years to the day that SBTV uploaded my first video . . . and that started my career properly." The new song comes after "Castle on a Hill" and "Shape of You" were released in early January and after "How Would You Feel" dropped in mid-February. His next album, Divide, will arrive on March 3. It's safe to say none of us are ready.
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