The star has been out of the scene for two years.
A little over two years have passed since Ed Sheeran announced his momentary retirement from music to pursue life as a family man and husband to Cherry Seaborn. However, at the end of the year, he surprised with the premiere of a new song and everything seems to indicate that the British artist returns with an important musical announcement.
According to British media reports, Ed Sheeran will release the song “ Visiting Hours ” on the Mushroom Records label, founded by music legend Michael Gudinski. The song was premiered several weeks ago on the spot in memory of the Australian producer and was inspired by the friendship they both had.
Michael’s son Matt Gudinski, who took over as the new CEO of Mushroom Records after his father passed away, told News Corp on Sunday: weather”. Ed Sheeran said during the event that “Visiting Hours” wrote it while visiting a hotel quarantine.
In the song’s lyrics, Ed Sheeran talks about his desire to visit Michael in the afterlife, wishing that “heaven had visiting hours so he could come by and ask for your advice.” On the subject, Michael Gudinski’s son told News Corp: “It meant a lot to me and our family that Ed took the trip here and created a song in honor of Dad.”
British singer Ed Sheeran, who was granted a waiver to fly to Australia with his family, led a star-studded cast of live performers for Wednesday night’s farewell at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena. Michael Gudinski, Australian music mogul and co-founder of Mushroom Records, died at the age of 68 at his home recently.