Ed Sheeran has revealed that he will be shooting a music video in Ireland.
The musician admitted that he has a new song coming out that is going to "really explode" around the country.
"I'm definitely shooting a video for the song in Ireland," he said.
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Speaking with Eoghan McDermott on his 2FM show, the host asked Ed if the song would be something to do with the county of Galway - and the musician said that it would be.
"I've got a trad band called Beoga. They're actually from Belfast, but they've - it’s a fiddle, a pipe, a bodhrán and piano. And we really jam," he explained.
"It's going to be good. I do think I'll never be able to play another song in Ireland again because this will be the song
"I'm going to drop a couple of other songs before the album comes out - it might be one of them.
"I should be over there soon so I guess when I'm over there I'll put something out.
Eoghan also asked Ed if he would hold an open casting for the Irish shot video - and Ed revealed even more about what we can expect from the video
"I will be doing it because I need proper ceili dancers," he explained.
Not only that but the Brit also admitted that there will be a song about another Irish county on the website.
"There's a song on the bonus album that's about Co. Wexford so there's two Irish jams on there both with full trad."