Ed Sheeran teases fans with lyrics ahead of new music release on Friday
Ed Sheeran is continuing to tease his fans with song lyrics ahead of his new music release on Friday.
The Photograph singer confirmed his comeback last week after a year-long hiatus from touring and social media.
Sheeran (25) has since been sending his fans into a frenzy by teasing song lyrics and the title of the album.
The first short video posted to his social media accounts reads: "When I was six years old I broke my leg," while the second is: "The club isn't the best place to find a lover."
It appears that he will carry on the theme of mathematical symbols as album titles, with an animation showing a minus sign and colon forming the divide symbol.
The super star recently returned to social media, with a light blue picture posted on his Instagram and Twitter profiles, prompting speculation that new music was on the way.
He also wrote this year's X Factor winner's single, When Christmas Comes Around, which debuted at number three in the charts.
Sheeran gave his first official return performance in a charity gig at the Natural History Museum at the end of November, days after it was reported that Princess Beatrice had accidentally cut him on the face when a party prank went wrong as she was pretending to "knight" singer James Blunt with a ceremonial sword .
Showing off a scar on his cheek, Sheeran told the audience: ''It's nice to be back. I've had a whole year off. I went to Japan for about a month and hung out with Japanese people. Got my face cut open, anyone read about that?''
Additional reporting by Press Association.