Ed Sheeran digs up home videos for ‘Photograph’

It seems like nearly everyone has fallen in love with Ed Sheeran this past year, and his new video for “Photograph” is even more reason to gush over him! Ed released the video for his final single from X over the weekend.

“Photograph” is filled with adorable home videos of Ed Sheeran growing up. The montage begins with baby Ed in all his chubby-cheeked glory and shows the growth of the musician we know today.

The home videos give fans a unique look as Ed learns to play piano, guitar, and a variety of other instruments. It’s hard not to smile at the young Ed Sheeran with his glasses and famous red locks. As the video progresses, we see the young star performing on the street for the first time, followed by Ed on stage, performing for thousands of fans.

The 24-year-old shared the video on his Twitter and added “P.s. it’s me” as the caption. He failed, however, to tell us how moving the video is!

Ed Sheeran tried to start a band when he was 11, but nobody wanted to work with him, he confessed to German magazine Bravo in March.

“I was a nerd with red hair and glasses. Aged 11, I decided I wanted to form a band. But nobody wanted to join me because I wasn’t cool enough,” he said.

Interestingly enough, a couple months later we now have footage of the nerdy 11-year-old making his way as a solo artist!

“Photograph” closes out the singles for X which included “Don’t” “Sing” and “Thinking Out Loud.” Sheeran is currently on a world tour in promotion of his platinum selling album until December.

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