ED Sheeran has revealed that his follow up album to ‘+’ won’t be a major departure from the sound which has propelled him to international success.
The singer, who achieved phenomenal success with his debut album, says he enjoys singing and performing songs in the style of those featured on his debut record.
"I think I'm gonna keep building on what I've done. Don't fix it if it isn't broken", Sheeran told MTV. "I loved the music that I tour and play and write”.
"I think it would be foolish to create something that I wasn't totally happy with. So I'm going to keep doing what I'm doing and building on what I've built so far”, he continued.
He also spoke about his recent success in the US and how he hopes to conquer the country’s massive country music scene: "It's awesome to be able to have an album that ended up in the Top 5 and ended up being a minor hit so far. We're still working on it right now”.
"But to do that without a hit single - it just gives a lot of space for songs like 'The A Team' and 'Lego House' to work. It's going well”.