We all know Ed Sheeran’s been ruling the world for quite some time now; from teenagers to adults, the ginger guy has managed to make us all fall under his love spell. With romantic hits such as Thinking Out Loud and Photograph, Ed’s on the top of the charts breaking records worldwide.
His Multiply Tour (named after his second album, X) started on August 6 last year in Osaka, Japan and is still going strong, finishing with its 179th show in December this year, filling hearts up in every continent and spreading one simple message: music can change people’s lives.
This week, Ed Sheeran: Jumpers For Goalposts hits the movies as Ed’s first documentary, which was filmed during three of his sold-out dates at Wembley Stadium, in London, and we couldn’t be more excited.
If you haven’t been to any of the concerts, that’s the perfect opportunity to know what it’s like to be captivated by a single man’s voice and his guitar. If you have, bring tissues for you will cry remembering that one moment in which your life seemed a bit better because he was in front of you.