Amid the current uncertainty surrounding his upcoming live performances since testing positive for COVID-19, singer Ed Sheeran has given fans an at-home 'Tiny Desk' concert to hold them over in the meantime.
Ed is the latest artist to have their schedule affected after testing positive for COVID-19 earlier this week, just days before his fourth studio album = (Equals) is set to hit shelves and streaming services on Friday. This, of course, means Ed and his team would need to quarantine themselves to protect others and take health measures.
But the show must go on. As part of the new record's promotion, Ed invited his band over to his house to play some new songs and an old favorite as part of NPR's 'Tiny Desk' concert series.
Normally a minimal affair, giving fans stripped-down versions of their tracks, Ed broke the mold bringing his entire 15 person band in for the performance. The tracks they played include "Shivers," "Make It Rain," "Overpass Graffiti,” "Visiting Hours,” and "Bad Habits."