After the great success of his other mathematical albums, “Plus”, “Multiply”, “Divide” and “Equals”, the red-haired Ed Sheeran finally announced last Monday the first dates of his new tour.
The artist will play twenty-one concerts across the US and Canada, except for one stop in New York, on dates that run from 6 May to 23 September.
The reason why the artist will not visit the big city is because he is facing a new lawsit from Structured Asset Sales, which claims that Ed Sheeran plagiarised Marvin Gaye’s 1973 song “Let’s Get It On” to create the worldwide hit “Thinking Out Loud“, a claim that the singer has not yet made a statement on after having previously won another lawsuit in the Uk for also alleged plagiarism.
The announcement was made via the artist’s official Twitter account, which also explained that his only concerts in Europe this year will be in Manchester, London, Gasglow, Dublin and Paris, all before 5 May.
With this, the new album of the “Celestial” interpreter has 14 songs that make up the normal studio album and 18 if we talk about the Deluxe edition, all of them highly anticipated live by fans of the British singer-songwriter.