Ed Sheeran has released two new songs, Castle on the Hill and Shape of You, to mark his return to music. The 25-year-old said the double release was "cause I have been away for a bit". In December 2015, the singer announced he'd be taking a break from music so he could "travel the world and see everything I missed."
The tracks are taken from his forthcoming album, which is called ÷ (Divide). He's clearly maintaining the maths symbol themed album names. His first was called + (Plus), while his second album was called x (Multiply).
The songs, which were released at 5am GMT, also sparked #WelcomeBackEd.