Ed Sheeran’s latest album ‘Divide’ comes to Groove Music to download or stream
Ed Sheeran returned to social media in December 2016 after taking a break, by changing profile pictures and cover art to a somewhat cryptic image, showing just a blue background.
It was later announced that Sheeran was working on a new album, which later became known as ÷ (Divide). Today, Divide releases to the public, becoming publicly available to download or stream across many services.
Microsoft’s music streaming service, Groove Music, now has Divide available. It can be purchased to download or, with a Groove Music Pass subscription, streamed in full. Groove Music has the deluxe edition of the album available, which includes the following tracks from Sheeran’s lineup:
- Castle on the Hill
- Shape of You
- Galway Girl
- New Man
- Hearts Don’t Break Around Here
- What Do I Know?
- How Would You Feel (Paean)
- Supermarket Flowers
- Bibia Be Ye Ye
- Nancy Mulligan
- Save Myself
Ed Sheeran’s album can be found here in the Windows Store or accessed via the Groove Music app on Windows 10 devices, iOS or Android.Further reading: Divide, Ed Sheeran, Groove Music, Microsoft, Music