Ed Sheeran planning a 'lo-fi' record inspired by Bruce Springsteen

Ed Sheeran says he plans to work on a 'lo-fi' record inspired by Bruce Springsteen, which he believes would be his 'lowest-selling, but most loved' one

PTI December 11, 2017 20:32:09 IST
Ed Sheeran planning a 'lo-fi' record inspired by Bruce Springsteen

Ed Sheeran says he plans to work on a "lo-fi" record inspired by rock star Bruce Springsteen, which he believes would be his "lowest-selling, but most loved" one.

Ed Sheeran planning a lofi record inspired by Bruce Springsteen

Ed Sheeran. Image from Twitter/@PopCrave

The 26-year-old artiste said he heard Springsteen only recently when he listened to the EP of 'Nebraska'.
"Im weak-minded at times, and feel very vulnerable and insecure... My plan is a lo-fi album that will be my lowest- selling, but most loved... I only heard Springsteen recently.

"I was with Kit (Harington) from Game of Thrones. We had a night out in New York, got back to his hotel to drink more, and he played 'Atlantic City'. Then, when I heard Nebraska," Sheeran told The Times. The 'Shape of You' hitmaker earlier said he would collaborate with rapper Drake on one of his songs.

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