WATCH: Ed Sheeran Painted His Own Album Cover
9 January 2017, 09:59 | Updated: 16 January 2017, 17:26
The Castle On The Hill singer revealed to Chris Moyles how he created the artwork for his upcoming Divide album.
Ed Sheeran painted the artwork for his forthcoming album, Divide (aka "÷").
Speaking on The Chris Moyles Show this morning (9 January), the Castle On The Hill singer revealed he created the artwork for his upcoming album, and borrowed a huge tool from a very famous artist to do it.
When asked by Moyles if there was anything we didn't know about the album, he said: "I painted the album cover myself and Damien Hirst let me use his big spin machine."
Watch the clip below:
The singer-songwriter added: "He just left me in there with a load of paint and I just threw it on this spin machine and created my album cover, which is quite cool".
Watch his full interview on The Chris Moyles show here:
Watch the lyric video to Castle On The Hill - Radio X's record of the week - here: